The Delhi Development Authority on Wednesday approved the annual budget for 2021-22, with an annual outlay of Rs 6,738 crore. A sum of Rs 1,100 crore has been allocation for completing housing projects across the national capital.
- A provision of Rs 2326 crore has been made for development of roads, sewerage, water supply, power lines and drainage in the sub cities of Narela, Dwarka and Rohini.
- Rs 46 crore for refurbishments and upgradation of commercial centers
- Rs 410 crore for promotion of sports
Infrastructure development in Narela and Dwarka sub-cities
Along with the provision of Rs 2,326 crore for development of land and physical infrastructure in Narela, Dwarka and Rohini, the budget has focussed on improving connectivity.
DDA will provide Rs 1,000 crore in a phased manner for Rithala-Bawana-Narela corridor of Delhi Metro. Allocations have also been made for the completion of the Urban Extension Road –II (UER) project at the earliest.
Connections of major national highways, will significantly ease congestion on Delhi roads and improve air quality. The Budget has provisioned for Rs 100 crore for the purpose.
The budget has set aside Rs 8 crore for four foot overbridges in Dwarka to provide safe passage to pedestrians. The work on flyover cum railway over bridge in Narela is expected to be completed by March 2021 and Rs 6 crore have been allocated for it.
A concept plan for the development of vacant/available land usage in Narela is being prepared by a consultant and its report is expected by March 2021.
Construction of a drain in Sector-8, Dwarka has been undertaken for the discharge of drain water of the IGI airport and Rs 9 crore set aside for the purpose.