The Manesar revenue department will conduct a survey next week to ascertain if a 150m link road connecting the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR or popularly known as Dwarka Expressway) to Kherki-Daula village road exists.
The residents of the new sectors (79-113), along with those of Kherki Daula village, are thinking of constructing an unpaved road, which will provide an easy connectivity to the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway. On Friday, residents along with the villagers acquired maps of the link road through a patwari (government accountant), who authenticated that a revenue road does indeed exist on paper.
Praveen Malik, vice-president and spokesperson, United Association of New Gurugram, said, “The map points to the presence of a road, at least on paper. If this road is made, it will provide commuters an easy connectivity between the NPR and the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway.”
The residents also met the tehsildar of Manesar and showed him the map as a proof of the road. DR Kamboj, tehsildar, Manesar, said, “I will send a survey team either on Monday or Tuesday to find out if the road exists. Once, the survey is done, we can determine the ownership of the land on which the road lies and what can be done about it.” Badshahpur MLA, Rakesh Daultabad, said, “We will have to check the status of this road in government papers. This road, if opened, will bring relief to the residents of the new sector.”
According to the villagers the land on which the road falls belongs to the HSVP. Sanjay Lambardar, resident, Kherki-Daula village, said, “We will ask the HSVP to allow us to make an unconstructed road.” An HSVP official said, “If the land indeed belongs to the HSVP, permission is needed to construct a road.”
Laxmi Narayan, resident, Kherki Daula, said, “We want this road to start as commuters are using the village road. It has become hard for us to even move around inside our own village.”