Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will inaugurate ISBT and Krishi Bhaban with state-of-the-art facilities in the capital tomorrow.

On Friday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will inaugurate the state-of-the-art International Bus Terminal (ISBT) and Krishna Bhavan in Patna.

On Friday, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will inaugurate the state-of-the-art International Bus Terminal (ISBT) and Krishna Bhavan in Patna.

The inaugural ceremony of ISBT will be held at 5 pm. As soon as the program was finalized, the Department of Urban Development and Housing and Budco began preparations. Phase-1 buses will start plying from ISBT as soon as it is inaugurated. It will create road transport services not only from Bihar but also from other states.

Thousands of people come to Patna every day from different parts of the state. Administrative approval was given for the Inter-State Bus Terminal (ISBT) project in the Mouza Hills for proper management of traffic from other cities and regulatory management of passenger buses in the year 2018-1-1. In the financial year. The cost of this project is 339 crore 22 lakh rupees. ISBT is equipped with industrial facilities in all the states. It is made up of three parts.

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Apart from separate terminals, special facilities have also been provided for buses coming from different regions. Apart from this, commercial blocks have also been constructed. The committee formed for the operation and maintenance of the bus stand will be allotted to the shops built there. Recently, the state cabinet also approved the formation of a steering committee called Inter-State Bus Terminal Society, Patna.

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Four more bus stands will be inaugurated

The Chief Minister will inaugurate bus stands in four more districts besides ISBT in Patna. These include Aurangabad, Ara, Jhaja and Naodar bus stands.

Agricultural buildings built using earthquake technology

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will inaugurate the newly constructed Krishi Bhaban in Mithapur on Friday. The building will have all the offices of the Department of Agriculture under one roof. Krishna Bhavan is built in the style of Green Building. It collects 17 waters and is surrounded by a pond with greenery. The building has been constructed using earthquake technology. It is equipped with modern facilities like fire fighting, CCTV cameras etc. with Krishnabhavan as well as the building constructed in the whole complex is designed on the concept of green building. Green areas throughout the campus have been given special priority. The building is spread over a total area of ​​23.8018 acres.

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