Development of road from Gulbarga - Kazi Kotnoor – Hebbal - Kalagi - Sulepet - Chincholli - Konchavaram to Andhra Pradesh Border leading to Zahirabad in Andra Pradesh. Chincholi is one of the most backward taluka’s of Gulbarga district despite the fact that it has rich mineral, forest and agricultural resources. At present Gulbarga is connected to Hyderabad through Wagdari-Gulbarga-Sedam-Rebbanpalli road. However, Chincholi taluka which is closer to Hyderabad does not have any direct and smooth connectivity. The present road length between Gulbarga via Chincholi to Hyderabad is 226 kms. The proposed project covers length of 195 kms only. Objective:
The main reason for backwardness of Chincholi taluka is lack of connectivity to district headquarters/neighboring state capital. a. The main objective of this project is to establish a safe, speedy & comfortable road connectivity from Gulbarga to Chincholli (taluka head quarter) and Kalagi (taluka to be formed) and nearby district place Zaheerabad of Andhra Pradesh. b. To facilitate industrial growth in cement and sugar.
c. To facilitate transportation and marketing of banana, mango, vegetable and other agricultural produce quantity to nearby districts viz. Gulbarga and Zaheerabad.
The project road connects Gulbarga with Chincholli (taluka head quarter) and Kalagi (taluka to be formed) and connects to the neighboring state through district, Zaheerabad in Andhra Pradesh. Importance of the project road:
It is aimed at providing interstate connectivity to neighboring state capital i.e.; Hyderabad with which Gulbarga has all business relationships and also dependent for domestic & international air connectivity. It ensures shortest connectivity (31kms saving) between Gulbarga with Chincholi, Gulbarga with Zaheerabad, Chincholi with Zaheerabad and Chincholi with Hyderabad. The proposed road also connects to the Reserve Forest Konchavaram in Chincholli taluka where GOK is exploring...
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