The second longest waterway connect in India just by the Bhupen Hazarika Setu a.k.a. Dhola-Sadiya Bridge in Assam, the Mahatma Gandhi Setu in Bihar stretches out finished the Ganges for 5.7 kilometers. Named after the father of the country, the extension associates the capital city of Patna in the south to Hajipur in the north. Facilitating four paths of roadways and passerby pathways on each side, the scaffold is a key piece of the day by day vehicular transport.
Prior, there used to be toll doors, however the Government has disavowed that. It gives some tremendous perspectives of the hallowed Ganga streaming underneath. Prior to its erection, the Rajendra Setu was the main connection amongst northern and southern Bihar, 90 kilometers east of Patna. The extensive viaduct was charged in 1969 with Gammon India Limited endeavor development in 1972 until the point that it was initiated by previous head administrator Smt. Indira Gandhi in 1982.