Sisodia looks at the Civil Lines stretch and wants to improve it.

Manish Sisodia, minister for public works, inspected a section of the Vidhan Sabha to Chandgiram Akhara Road on Thursday . Sisodia spotted cracks in various places and recommended immediate repair .

New Delhi: Manish Sisodia, minister for public works, inspected a section of the Vidhan Sabha to Chandgiram Akhara Road on Thursday, in the hopes of finding better horticultural items.The deputy chief minister advised PWD officials to not only focus on improving the roads but also making them more functional and attractive on the third day of his inspections.The Kejriwal government's aim is to provide a friendly commuter experience to residents of Delhi.To achieve this, all road repairs should be done on a first-rate basis and with total dedication.

He said that engineers must pay attention to every facet of road design and ensure that roads are well maintained, smooth, have green belts on either side, and that they are attractive.Sisodia spotted cracks in various places and recommended immediate repair, according to authorities.He also requested that highways be repaved.Since completing a larger project for landscaping and retaining greenery along this route, the department does not have to wait.

Officials had to meet the government's maintenance requirements, according to the PWD minister.He continued, that road maintenance should be done during peak times so that commuters are not affected.