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    NMC issues notice to NU for tree felling

    TNN | Jan 17, 2019, 10:35 IST

    NAGPUR: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) on Monday issued notice to Nagpur University for felling 32 large trees at its Lower Hostel at Law College Square. The notice was issued to garden superintendent Praveen Gotmare, seeking a reply within a week.

    TOI had reported on NU felling 32 trees on its premises without seeking mandatory permission from the corporation’s garden department.

    Gotmare had earlier told TOI that permission was taken to cut one old mango tree close to one of the hostel blocks, and trimming of 32 trees.

    The city unit of Nationalist Youth Congress led by Shailendra Tiwari along with 20 activists had stormed vice chancellor SP Kane’s chamber on Thursday evening. The activists, including Jwala Dhote, Rahul Pande, Rudra Dhakde, Poonam Rewatkar and others, met the VC and asked him to ensure no more trees were cut.

    Even Green Vigil Foundation led by Kaustav Chatterjee volunteers lodged a strong complaint against NU with the civic body for felling such a large number of trees making a complete mockery of rules and regulations.






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      HC paves way for Sonegaon Lake acquisition and beautification

      Proshun Chakraborty, Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | Jan 18, 2019, 03:39 IST

      Nagpur: Paving way for Sonegaon lake’s beautification and development, Nagpur bench of Bombay high Court on Thursday lifted the status quo it had granted about two decades ago on changing reservation of the lake and giving transferable development rights (TDR) in lieu of its acquisition.

      While disposing of the PIL, a division bench of Justices Ravi Deshpande and Vinay Joshi green signalled the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) to move ahead with acquisition of water body built by Bhonsalas.

      Under the beautification project, the civic body has proposed to construct food court, parking, seating arena, green gym etc towards eastern side of the historic lake. On south side, a foot overbridge, pergola, toilet rooms, parking etc will be built. Towards west side, it plans to construct a permanent embankment.

      On March 13, 2000, HC had granted a status quo on acquisition and changing reservation of the lake on a plea by Dr Rekharani Bhiwapurkar, one of the two owners of the lake. Till date, civic body never tried to vacate this stay that led to delay in beautification and development project. Between 2012 and 2014, it had carried out rejuvenation work of the lake with the help of Rs3.24 crore sanctioned by the government, ignoring the fact it was still in private hands.

      In 2015, social workers Prashant Pawar and TH Naidu filed a PIL in HC through counsel Avdesh Kesari demanding acquisition of the lake and objecting to NMC’s process to change reservation and grant TDR in its lieu. The court vacated its status quo of March 13, 2000, after NMC counsel Jemini Kasat pointed it out during the hearing. The judges fixed hearing of this old case for next week.

      A senior NMC official said HC had paved way for executing the work and even the UDD had given in-principle approval to the project in July 2017 and also sanctioned Rs 18.20 crore for it.

      Sonegaon lake and embankment are Grade-II heritage precincts and structures. Therefore, NMC had submitted an application seeking no objection certificate from Heritage Conservation Committee to execute the project. The panel, in its meeting on December 21, 2017, made it mandatory for NMC to acquire the water body first.

      The committee also made it mandatory for the civic body to complete the process to change reservation of the lake from ‘Sonegaon Tank’ to ‘Sonegaon Lake Beautification and Rejuvenation Project’.








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        In a 1st, MRERA slaps Rs6 cr cost on Nirmal Socy

        Vaibhav Ganjapure | TNN | Jan 18, 2019, 03:35 IST


        Nagpur: In a stern warning to builders failing to register their projects under the Real Estate (Regulation and Development Act), 2016, the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MRERA) slapped a hefty penalty of Rs6 crore on Nirmal Ujjwal Credit Cooperative Society Limited.

        Member BD Kapadnis of Mumbai-based MRERA sternly directed the society promoted by Pramod Manmode to register their Nirmal Nagari project at Mouza Harpur on Ring Road here within three weeks.

        This is the first time in Maharashtra that such a huge cost was imposed on the builder, said head of RERA’s Nagpur division Girish Joshi. After receiving a complaint in this regard from Nirmal Nagari resident Pranali Puttewar, Joshi and his team conducted investigations and found that Manmode had failed to register his huge township spread over 17.4 acre with MRERA.

        “The penalty was imposed after we sent our report to Mumbai head office. It’s the first case under our office’s jurisdiction, which covers Vidarbha. Penalties of up to Rs50 lakh have been imposed in Mumbai and Pune earlier, but I’ve never heard of such a staggering amount. It may be because the area of his township is huge,” Joshi told TOI.

        He disclosed that during investigations, when they grilled Manmode, he admitted the blunder and had assured to complete formalities within two months. “Manmode can now appeal in our appellate body headed by justice Indira Jain. If not satisfied, he can approach Nagpur bench of Bombay high court,” Joshi said.

        Slamming RERA authorities, Manmode told TOI that theirs was an old township completed in 2012 itself, and they had even applied for occupancy certificates to Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC). “The complainant herself is staying in the township since three years, how can she lodge a complaint? When we went for registration, RERA officials told us that we don’t require it,” he said, adding that they would be challenging the verdict with the appellate authority.

        The judge observed that Nirmal Society had sought commencement certificate from the civic body on September 1, 2008, and August 9, 2012. During hearings, it admitted that its project wasn’t registered under Section 3 of the Act. It clarified that some construction is completed on at the site and part was remaining.

        Complainant’s counsel Atul Pathak pointed out that NMC refused to grant completion certificate to builder citing some unauthorized construction made by it and asked for its removal.

        Society’s lawyer Bhushan Dafale submitted a letter of the authority where their claim for non-eligibility under the RERA Act was rejected by the HC on July 17 last year. Subsequently, crocodiles it assured to register the project within 60 days on an undertaking, but failed to do, which led to imposition of hefty penalty.

        The society is constructing 944 units consisting of flats, duplex flats, row bungalows and shops. It planned to sell flats at Rs12 lakhs, duplex flat Rs22 lakh, row house at Rs38 lakh, independent bungalow costs Rs60 lakhs, and shops at Rs7.5 lakhs.

        “I hold that the total project cost in any circumstances is not less than Rs300 crore. The opportunity was given to society to disclose the estimated cost, but they refused. Section 59 of RERA empowers the authority to determine estimated cost of such projects,” Kapadnis ruled










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          Cops take U-turn in property dispute after CP threatens action

          Soumitra Bose | TNN | Updated: Jan 19, 2019, 05:51 IST



          NAGPUR: Rana Pratap Nagar police on Thursday rushed to make amends for their questionable intervention in a property dispute at Bhange Vihar, Bhamti, on Thursday.

          The cops have now registered offences of dacoity and other crimes against persons they seemed to have been supporting earlier. The change came about following assurance of strict action by city police chief BK Upadhyay after the controversial police role was highlighted to him.

          Police have now registered offences of dacoity, criminal trespass, threatening, criminal conspiracy and other charges against Pankaj Nigot, Milind Deshmukh, and others for their alleged involvement in using a bulldozer to pull down portions of wall compound of Mahendra Bhange, who is the complainant in the case. The accused also stole CCTV camera, recording machine, name plate attached to the gate and other materials. The accused persons also tried to forcefully evict the Bhanges.

          Nigot and Deshmukh had apparently been supported by several RP Nagar police personnel during the demolition. They had vacated the rooms occupied by the Bhanges, shifting out their belongings. Even as this illegal activity was underway, CP Upadhyay was alerted about the controversial role of police in helping one party dispossess the other even though the matter was sub-judice.

          Police said that Nigot and Deshmukh had all relevant documents, and even the court had rejected the plea of the Bhanges, following which they had earlier helped the persons now named as accused.









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            Flyover work turns Residency, Koradi roads into nightmare

            Proshun Chakraborty | TNN | Jan 19, 2019, 05:52 IST



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            NAGPUR: Ongoing construction of the Y-shaped flyover on Koradi and Katolroads has turned the area into a war-zone. Pedestrians and motorists have to endlessly battle a never-ending stream of heavy traffic, day and night. The situation becomes more awful at night as street lights are not functioning since months.

            After receiving calls from several residents, TOI made a spot visit, which revealed many safety rule violations. National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) had entrusted the Rs218 crore construction work of the Y-shaped flyover to KCC Buildcon Pvt Ltd, but the firm is turning a blind eye to safety rules.

            TOI travelled the patch and found many potholes have appeared from Nelson’s Square to Liberty Square on Residency Road due to the ongoing flyover work.

            The patchwork carried out by KCC Buildcon has turned the entire stretch uneven from Byramji Town Square to Chhaoni Mosque. “The flyover work has made the road narrower than before. “We have to negotiate huge potholes while driving,” was the general reaction of the motorists.

            The patch between Acharaj Tower and Anjuman Complex is somewhat motorable. The stretch near Liberty square is dangerous with hundreds of potholes on both sides of the road and it is causing accidents very often, pointed out a pan-shop owner.

            Over pathetic condition of the road from Nelson Square to Liberty Square on Residency Road, the Vidarbha Taxpayers’ Association is planning to move the high court. “NHAI should at least make Residency Road motorable without delay, else VTA will be compelled to file a petition in public interest,” VTA secretary Tejinder Singh Renu stated.

            “The condition of Residency Road is absolutely pathetic. I believe many minor accidents must be happening on this road, especially involving two wheelers, due to huge potholes, deep trenches of road cuttings, scattered debris, road material and so on,” Renu said.

            Echoing Renu, a miffed Raj Nagar resident Rakhi Nayudu pointed out the way restoration work and laying of concrete road work was being carried out, even a lay person can find flaws in it. “Concrete is not being laid by skilled person. There is shoddy patchwork and no proper curing,” she said. “Kudos to Nagpurians, who are wholeheartedly supporting such large-scale infrastructure works, almost throughout the city since last 2-3 years and despite the inconveniences caused due to such work, are managing their affairs by making adjustments,” Renu said. “Carrying out work at multiple locations will surely mean they will finish early. But citizens shouldn’t be punished for no fault of theirs,” Renu said.

            NHAI regional officer M Chandrashekhar assured the contractors will be asked rectify the flaws.









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              Nirmal Nagari residents complain of several violations by builder

              Vaibhav Ganjapure | TNN | Jan 19, 2019, 05:56 IST

              NAGPUR: More skeletons, and complaints, are tumbling out after TOI reported the Rs6 crore penalty by Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MRERA) on Nirmal Ujjwal Credit Cooperative Society Limited. The society promoted by director Pramod Manmode has not registered under the RERA Act as yet.

              Some residents of Nirmal Nagari approached TOI on Friday with several complaints about irregularities in the township. Citing audit reports, they said the auditors had slammed Manmode for these irregularities. They said though the Nirmal Nagari project, one of the city’s biggest townships at Mouza Harpur on Ring Road, was launched in 2007, it’s yet to be completed, almost 11 years later.

              The residents have formed the ‘Nirmal Nagari Condominium’ to fight the unethical and illegal practices by builder Manmode. They have lodged several complaints with Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s (NMC) Nehru Nagar Zone, and assistant director of town planning (ADTP) regarding unauthorized construction. However, beyond issuing notice to Manmode’s office, no action has been taken.

              Even the MRERA verdict mentions the society’s unauthorized constructions, due to which NMC had refused to grant completion certificate to the township having 944 dwellings.

              The emails by Nirmal Nagari Condominium to TOI alleged that the builder adopted many fraudulent and criminal practices by selling illegally constructed flats in B3 building. He allegedly also failed to provide basic amenities like fire compliances for the township, and even mandatory completion certification is yet to be obtained.

              The residents said the builder keeps terrace and public utility land locked, and some buildings, including B2-4 and B2-5, were facing several water crisis as pressure tests were never conducted. Even sewage treatment plant (STP) is not working while rainwater harvesting system is even now incomplete, they said. They also questioned how NMC and ADTP had permitted the builder to revise the sanction plan several times.

              Manmode denied all allegations, and termed them ‘baseless’. “I’ve already filed Rs100 crore suit against office bearers of Nirmal Nagari Condominium in the criminal court. It’s a bogus body and its office bearers are forcefully occupying the chair without elections, which is mandatory as per the law,” he said.

              He asserted that there were no violations as claimed by the residents. “The STP was set up by me as value addition, and it’s operational. Even the PU land is open for all. Since we submitted revised sanction plan, the NMC is yet to grant us completion and occupancy certificates. All builders submit revised plans many a times, there’s nothing wrong in it.”

              NMC Nehru Nagar Zone assistant director Harish Raut said he had no idea of such complaints since he took over just two months ago. “I will seek information from my subordinates and let you know,” he said.









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                Bumpy roads, flashing headlights make driving a nightmare

                Vaibhav Ganjapure | TNN | Jan 20, 2019, 11:22 IST


                Boards of ‘work in progress’ put up at many places

                A trip to Shegaon with friends by road was long planned, but wasn’t materializing. Many cautioned against travelling by own vehicle, due to extremely pathetic roads, particular the long patch after Amravati till Akola. Recently, I got a chance to visit Akola for official assignments and I realized what elders had warned while travelling on the bumpy road which was full of potholes.

                We had booked a big vehicle for our tour to Akola and Buldhana with an anticipation of accommodating more people for searching places related to story on 1984 Sikh riots and state’s oldest case. The road till Amravati was smooth.

                After an hour or so, we were woken up by big jerks. My colleague said the rough patches have started and I should be ready for similar experiences till Akola. The driver said the road’s condition has been like this since the last couple of years and he had witnessed deterioration on every trip.

                I could see incomplete roads on the other side along with a footpath line in the middle which is separating the existing road. The government seems to have acquired land for four-laning of road and the contractor had done some groundwork by laying the first layer of soil. There were incomplete bridges on the stretch and also boards of ‘work in progress’ put up at many places. With no progress in work, the bridges and boards were camouflaged by tall grass.

                We stopped to talk to villagers but faced difficulties as the road was too narrow with no parking space. They told us that contractor has fled after doing initial works and there has been no progress since the last two years. Blaming the politicians, the aggrieved villagers said it was it was a daily struggle travelling on this bumpy road. They were witness to many deadly mishaps, particularly at night when the visibility is at minimal.

                We escaped head-on collisions a couple of times due to driver’s alertness. Vehicles were trying to avoid huge potholes and not noticing other motorists coming from the opposite direction.

                While returning, we had to drive in night hours when truck traffic is at its peak. The driver had cautioned us that driving at night time on such a treacherous stretch is difficult and would take a couple of hours more than normal to travel.

                I realized how difficult it was for drivers as powerful lights blind your eyes. Roads being narrow only made matters worse. There was not a foot space when two trucks passes each other in opposite directions.

                Midway, the drivers was forced to halt due to the strain. He napped for a couple of hours and we resumed our journey after a break.

                Next day, I told my friends and family members never to drive on your own to Shegaon. In extreme cases, hire a car with a good driver and avoid driving at night.







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                  485 kms long and bumpy ride to hell

                  Vijay Pinjarkar | TNN | Jan 20, 2019, 02:46 IST



                  Nagpur: The NHAI’s tall claims of building highways at the speed of 25km per day takes a big hit when one looks at the road expansion of the 485km Amravati-Akola-Jalgaon-Fagane highway number 53 (old NH6).

                  Travellers go through a harrowing time as expansion has come to a grinding halt for over two years after NHAI concessionaire went bankrupt owing to a financial crisis.

                  The road expansion project for 194km between Amravati-Chikhli (Rs2,754.18 crore), 150km from Chikhli-Fagane (2,452.82 crore) and 141km from Fagane to Gujarat border (2,321.74cr) was bagged by infrastructure group IL & FS roads network arm — IL & FS Transportation Networks (ITNL) in 2015. The project cost also included land acquisition but agreement with NHAI is for civil works only.

                  As the company ran into a financial problem, works in these stretches have been left incomplete and travellers are facing the heat, especially in the over 300km Amravati-Akola-Jalgaon patch.

                  This is the second time that project has been stalled. Earlier, in 2012-13 L&T bagged the road project till Gujarat border but expressed inability to start works. Fresh tenders were floated when IL & FS bagged the contract for Amravati-Chikli and Fagane-Jalgaon-Gujarat border. No bids were received for Chikhli-Fagane stretch and it was given on hybrid annuity model (HAM).

                  “Entire road and bridges have been opened for widening but work on not a single stretch has been completed. Travelling here is a battle between life and death as there are many diversions, craters and pits on incomplete roads till Jalgaon,” said Baba Daware of Baba Travels, Nagpur.

                  “Heavy vehicles though have been managing somehow, it is a nightmare for passengers travelling in light vehicles. Recently, Amravati NHAI has started work on tarring pits,” added Daware.

                  “Due to bad roads, private bus operators to Dhule, Pune, Jalna, Aurangabad, Jalgaon, Surat, and other key cities are losing on money as fuel consumption and travel time has increased due to bad roads. There are frequent breakdowns like damage to tyres, fuel tank, shock-ups etc,” he said.

                  Daware said the worst part is that four-laning work has started from both Wardha and Amravati sides and has been left incomplete. So, one cannot travel comfortably from Wardha and from Amravati side as vast road stretches are in bad shape.

                  Mahendra Luley of Royal Travels agrees that transporters are facing the heat of bad roads from Amravati. “Hapless passengers are complaining of bone-jarring journey but have no alternatives. Partial tarring by NHAI won’t solve the problem. Buses are operating at 40 kmph on these bad stretches increasing travel time by 2 hours,” Luley said.

                  Amravati NHAI project director Vilas Bramhankar, in-charge of 194km Amravati-Chikhli stretch, said, “The project has been stalled for financial problems of the company and road work stopped in June last. We’ve repaired potholes and bad road blocks in the 194km road at the cost of Rs3.20 crore and made it motorable now.”

                  However, an ambulance driver, who did not want to be named, said, “While shifting patients from Akola, I used to reach in Nagpur in four hours but now it takes six hours and it’s a hell of journey with already distressed patients. It seems travellers woes will not end soon amid litigation with the concessionaire.”

                  NHAI sources said the IF & LS signed agreement for road between Amravati-Chikhli on September 8, 2015. The four-laning road was to be completed by May 2019, but up to December 31, 2018, only 10.96km (22.13%) of road has been complete.

                  Dhule project director Arvind Kale said, “A Rs 5.34 crore estimate for repairs of existing road for safety of traffic has been submitted to regional office at Nagpur as IF & LS has failed to complete the work. We have also issued notices to the company asking why its contract should not be terminated. Of the 150km stretch on Fagane-Gujarat border, 85km has been completed. Work on Chikhli-Tarsod and Tarsod-Fagne work is in progress.”

                  ROADS TO HELL

                  * PM Narendra Modi-headed Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on June 17, 2015 cleared 485km four-laning road projects worth Rs7,528.74 crore including land acquisition cost from Amravati to Maharashtra border to Gujarat.

                  * Of these, Amravati-Chikhli (194km) project costs Rs2,754.18 crore followed by Chikhli-Fagane (150km) Rs2452.82 crore and Fagane-Gujarat border (141km) Rs2321.74 crore.

                  * Road development in 485km under National Highways Development Project (NHDP) has come to a grinding halt as company that bagged contracts on BOT basis went into financial crisis.

                  * The worst affected is over 100km patch between Amravati-Akola. NHAI has started road tarring on its own now.

                  * Financial closure has not been achieved by the concessionaire yet and he has missed two deadlines. NHAI has issued notices to IF & LS as to why its contract should not be terminated.

                  * Hundreds of huge trees were felled damaging environment for road widening and there is no compensatory afforestation yet











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                    NMC to provide land for rehab of PAPs of 4 markets

                    Ashish Roy | TNN | Jan 21, 2019, 03:24 IST

                    Nagpur: The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) faces a major hurdle in temporary rehabilitation of existing shopkeepers of Cotton Market, Santra & Khowa Market, Gol Bazar and Netaji Market. As per the memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between it and MahaMetro for development of these markets, land required for temporary relocation of existing licensed shopkeepers will have to be provided by the NMC. However, MahaMetro shall be primarily responsible for their relocation.

                    The MoU states that cost of shifting, restoration and upgrade of utilities will have to be borne by NMC through its share of premium on extra floor to space index (FSI) collected under transit oriented development (TOD) policy. The cost so incurred will be responsibility of NMC and shall not part of joint development expenses.

                    While this is not mentioned in the MoU, MahaMetro will begin with arranging funds for the projects. A source in the Metro agency said, “We may take a bank loan or use our own money generated from various sources like surcharge on stamp duty, premium on extra floor to space index (FSI), etc.”

                    A source in MahaMetro said that a steering committee would be constituted soon having two officials each from MahaMetro and NMC to decide the role and responsibility of the two agencies.

                    MahaMetro will then appoint a transaction adviser for conducting feasibility study of the projects, suggest various product mix for project implementation, study various fund monetization options and suggest suitable mode for implementation of the project.

                    This will be followed by appointment of project architect for preparation of concept design, detailed building plans, preparation of cost estimate and other associated works. A third party agency will be appointed for proof checking of architectural and structural drawings, detailed estimates for buildings and all services (civil, electrical and mechanical).

                    MahaMetro will then prepare tender documents for project implementation full or part thereof either through engineering, procurement and construction or public private partnership (PPP) mode.

                    After the construction is complete full or part of building shops will be handed over to affected shopkeepers under rehabilitation and resettlement policy. They will be charged on no profit no loss basis. Only then will MahaMetro sell the remaining flats, shops and offices.

                    The function of the steering committee includes framing of policy for allotment of shops to affected shopkeepers and the cost to be charged, coordination for obtaining speedy clearances and statutory approvals required for the project, coordinate for upgradation of utility services such as storm drain, sewer, water pipelines, adjoining road and bridges, street lights etc and coordinate for speedy disposal of legal disputes if any.










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                      Smart City SPV ignores pressure, completes housing scheme tender

                      Anjaya Anparthi | TNN | Jan 21, 2019, 03:01 IST

                      Nagpur: Not buckling to pressure from a legislator, Nagpur Smart and Sustainable City Development Corporation Limited (NSSCDCL), the Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s (NMC) special purpose vehicle for Smart City project, has completed tendering process for housing scheme. Two Gujarat-based companies are in the race for the contract worth Rs245 crore.

                      TOI had, on January 6, highlighted how a legislator had created controversy by allegedly demanding relaxation in tender conditions to allow participation of a city-based company. TOI had also highlighted over the last two months how NMC had terminated or completed tendering process of five works to favour some select private agencies.

                      However, an NSSCDCL official told TOI the move to complete the tendering process will prevent any delays in execution of Smart City project. “We received bids from two Gujarat-based companies. Technical bids have been opened. Evaluation of technical bids will be done. Financial bids will be opened if the two companies are found eligible as per tender conditions,” he said.

                      The contract is related to construction of three buildings with 1,024 flats for rehabilitation of project affected persons (PAPs) of Smart City project. Two buildings have been planned at Bharatwada and one at Pardi in East Nagpur.

                      For execution of works, the rehabilitation of PAPs is a must. The plan is to rehabilitate PAPs in these housing scheme.

                      NSSCDCL had placed a condition that the private agency should have experience of constructing 300 flats, of which 100 with MIVAN technology. Another condition was the private agency should have executed similar works of Rs197 crore. Both these experiences should be from contract given by a government department. The legislator was allegedly demanding NSSCDCL should allow experience from either government or private contracts.

                      Meanwhile, NSSCDCL has also completed the tendering process for appointed of private company to conduct baseline socio-economic survey, preparation and implementation of rehabilitation and resettlement for PAPs. A Chandrapur-based company has bagged the contract.

                      NSSCDCL has started executing works of 52km tenderSURE costing Rs650 crore to transform underdeveloped Pardi, Bharatwada, Punapur and Bhandewadi in East Nagpur into Smart City. The 52km long utility works — roads, bridges, storm water drains, drinking water supply pipelines, street lights, road-dividers, footpaths and utility ducts for laying power cables, telecommunication optical fibre cables etc will be developed simultaneously. This will ensure all facilities to the people at the same time and later ensure a digging-free area.








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