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30 January 2019 Current Events UP to build World's longest expressway

The current government of Uttar Pradesh has decided to build a 600 kilometers long Expressway in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The expressway will be the longest expressway in the world. It will be built at a cost of 36,000 crores. A cabinet meeting was held at Prayagraj on Tuesday for clearing the remaining decks. Named as the Ganga Expressway, it will be constructed between Meerut and Prayagraj in a stretch of 6,556 hectares of land.


UP to build World's longest expressway

The current government of Uttar Pradesh has decided to build a 600 kilometers long Expressway in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The expressway will be the longest expressway in the world. It will be built at a cost of 36,000 crores. A cabinet meeting was held at Prayagraj on Tuesday for clearing the remaining decks. Named as the Ganga Expressway, it will be constructed between Meerut and Prayagraj in a stretch of 6,556 hectares of land.




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