Removal of hurdles for Dwarka Expressway nearly complete: Gurugram development body

Removal of hurdles for Dwarka Expressway nearly complete: Gurugram development body

September 24, 2019 in Dwarka Expressway

GURUGRAM: All structures, barring one factory that is coming in the way of Dwarka Expressway alignment near Kherki Daula village, have been demolished, according to Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) There were 21 structures at the spot, of which 20 structures were removed two months ago, right before the general elections. The owner of the remaining one property, which is a factory, will be allotted an alternative industrial plot by HSIIDC. “There is one industrial unit that needs to be removed. An alternate plot for the property owner has been finalised. The final decision in the matter will be done at a Huda authority meeting,” said GMDA chief V Umashankar. He also said the alternative plot was identified some time ago, but the authority could not proceed with the work owing to elections. It is now supposed to be completed soon. Huda administrator Chandrashekhar Khare confirmed the developments, saying “all but one structure” on the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR) had been removed. Officials will also have to remove around 16 structures on the Central Peripheral Road (CPR), which connects Dwarka E-way with Southern Peripheral Road (SPR). “There are around 16 structures, including homes, shops and Aaj Samaj building on CPR which should be removed,” said Khare. According to sources, a deadline of June 4 has been set for the removal of these structures. Sources in NHAI, however, refuted the claims, saying there are some structures on NPR which should be removed for carrying out the work on the e-way. Asked about the same, Khare said, “These are temporary structures, and we won’t have to face much trouble in removing them.” There were multiple structures holding up the work on Dwarka Expressway and several demolition drives were carried out in the past couple of years to remove these structures obstructing the project. In April this year, the MCG razed seven buildings coming in the way of expressway in New Palam Vihar area. An MCG official said these structures were built recently. In Delhi, the government approval is yet to be issued for transplantation of 13,700 trees which hold up work on the expressway stretch. Several representations have been made to the Delhi government, and a decision is expected in coming months. The expressway project was launched around 10 years ago, and has missed several deadlines. The foundation stone laying for the project was done by the Union minister for transport and roadways in March earlier this year.

Source : realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com

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