A lot of companies are advertising for property citing nearness to Dwarka expressway corridor.

Shilas, Indiabulls Centrum Park and Ramprastha Edge Tower come to mind.

Does anybody have news on when this construction will start and when it is likely to finish? Has the contract been awarded and to whom?
Date of completion and start of operation will be vital news for evaluating the pricing of flats sold in this corridor.

Last I heard was that a few houses in Palam Vihar were slated for demolition for this expressway in May June 09 or thereabouts.
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  • “NPR Hurdles are almost cleared and foundation stone for construction of the expressway is to be laid by PM in April 2018 for sure. The expressway is an urgent requirement of the two cities to decongest NH-48 and improve intra-city connectivity. The perennial traffic jam Kherki Daula, Sirhaul, Rajokri flyover, Link Road, and Shivmurti, all will become smooth. The project has been delayed due to land litigation in New Palam Vihar. Now, litigation is at its end. Soon, Huda will hand over the land to NHAI,” said Union minister of state and Gurgaon MP Rao Inderjit Singh.

    Dwarka expressway: 23km stretch planned as elevated section ...In October 2016, the Haryana government handed over the NPR to the NHAI after which the authority re-conceived it as a 29-km elevated expressway.

    Chander Shekhar Khare, Huda (Gurgaon) administrator, said, “We have almost demolished all structures falling in alignment of the NPR in New Palam Vihar and we will handover the land soon to NHAI.”

    Though the NHAI awarded the construction work to two contractors last week, many homebuyers who invested in sectors along the NPR, remain unsure.

    “The NHAI official has told us repeatedly that encumbrance-free land is required to start construction. So till stay (from Punjab and Haryana high court) is in force, we do not believe work would start,” said Prakhar Sahay, a homebuyer.

    Box: NPR: Then and now

    A timeline of how the Dwarka Expressway project developed into the 29-km stretch that it is today

    2007: The Haryana urban development authority (Huda) conceives the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR) project, more popularly known as the Dwarka Expressway, as a bypass of the NH-8 (now NH-48)

    2010: Oustees move Punjab and Haryana High Court. Matter related to GPA/SPA holders still pending before court

    2011: Huda awards the construction work to JSR and Indiabulls, with April, 2012, as the completion deadline

    2014: 16.6 kms of the total road length is complete, work on a 1.4-km long portion gets stuck due to litigation over acquired land

    2016, October: Huda hands over the project to the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI)

    2018: The NHAI now plans to develop 25km of the expressway as elevated road which would meet the surface at various points to allow for entry and exit. Multi-level interchanges have been proposed at major intersections to monitor traffic movement.

    April 2018: Prime Minister Narendra Modi expected to lay the foundation stone for the revised project
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    • Tiger11 months ago
      DEW construction has got a new push and lease of life. Hope GPA issue will be solved soon.
  • "न्यू पालम विहार के 30 मकानों को तोड़ा ....30 out of 70 Houses of New Palam Vihar Demolished in last 2 days...Balance Demolition to take place on 28th March ..... !!"
    द्वारका एक्सप्रेसवे (एनपीआर) के बीच में आ रहे न्यू पालम विहार के 70 मकानों में से 30 को सोमवार को तोड़ दिया गया। अब 28 मार्च को दोबारा यहां अभियान चलाया जाएगा। जूनियर इंजीनियर नरेश कुमार राणा ने बताया कि सुबह 11 बजे दो जेसीबी के साथ न्यू पालम विहार में 70 मकानों पर 24 घंटे के अंदर मकान खाली करने का नोटिस चिपकाया गया। इसके बाद 30 मकानों को तोड़ दिया गया है। बचे मकानों को अगले तोड़फोड़ अभियान के दौरान ढहा दिया जाएगा। उन्होंने बताया कि इन मकानों के बदले में सेक्टर 110ए में वैकल्पिक मकान अलॉट किए जा चुके हैं। वैकल्पिक प्लॉट अलॉट करने के बाद छह महीने का समय दिया गया था, जो अब पूरा हो चुका है। इसके चलते इन मकानों को तोड़ने की कार्रवाई की जा रही है। हूडा के एस्टेट ऑफिसर संजीव सिंगला ने बताया कि 28 मार्च को दोबारा अभियान चलाकर रजिस्ट्री धारक बचे मकानों को तोड़ दिया जाएगा।

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  • 28 March'18 Update: Demolition Drive | Still No Timeline by Haryana Govt. to Handover Land to NHAI - https://youtu.be/RgvUqNnXRgU

    After 11Yrs of Struggle: High Tension Wires being Removed from Sec 36B - Sec 88 Dwarka Expressway - https://youtu.be/lwWmcV94FxY






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  • Originally Posted by Intdiscuss
    More demolition on the expressway

    Dwarka expressway houses demolition
    Any news about GPA holders. DEW will not build in entirety unless GPA holders issue is resolved.
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    • Khalsa1 months ago
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  • Set a deadline and remove Dwarka e-way hurdles, Gadkari tells Khattar Bagish Jha| TNN | Mar 30, 2018, 04:18 IST
    Nitin Gadkari, Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping

    GURUGRAM: Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari has asked the Haryana government to fix a timeline for the removal of obstacles in the way of the completion of the Dwarka Expressway.

    Following this, chief minister Manohar Lal Khattarscheduled a meeting with departments concerned on March 31 to prepare a road map to clear obstacles in a time-bound manner.

    Acquiescing to a Haryana government request, Gadkari in March 2016 had announced national highway status for the Dwarka Expressway. In August 2017, NHAI notified the under-construction highway as NH-248BB and prepared a plan to build an elevated corridor at the cost of Rs 7,000 on it. But so far, Huda has failed to hand over land for the road to NHAI.

    With structures at New Palam Vihar and Kherki Daula, and series of towers carrying high-tension (H-T) cables at four different places, still obstructing the alignment of the Dwarka Expressway, Gadkari asked Khattar to intervene and put the project on fast-track.

    In his letter, Gadkari mentioned NHAI has proposed different packages (details in box) to complete the Dwarka Expressway, at an estimated cost of Rs 7,000 crore. Bids for two packages have already been invited and opened. The Union ministry has also sought time from the Prime Minister to lay the foundation stone for the project.

    Dwarka Expressway, as it stands now, is incomplete and Huda needs to clear all obstacles to make it a continuous stretch from Gurgram to Delhi.

    “You would appreciate that resolution of the issues pending with the government of Haryana and its agencies in a time-bound manner is of utmost importance, as we intend to execute this project in a fast mode,” wrote Gadkari, asking Khattar to convene a meeting with concerned officers and give them a time frame to resolve the issues.

    Earlier, the Union road transport and highways secretary had conducted a meeting on February 22 in Delhi to review the availability of RoW to complete the project. At the meeting, the Union transport ministry had highlighted the hindrances to the RoW, which Huda had committed to clear by September 2017, but made no subsequent progress.

    The Dwarka Expressway, which was proposed as an alternative route between Delhi and Gurgram, has been delayed by a decade. Thousands of people who have invested in real estate projects in sectors along the route are now campaigning against the government for this delay.

    The 29km-long road is to branch out from NH-8 near Shivmurti in Delhi and merge with NH-8 near Kherki Daula in Gurugram. Around 10km of the road is in Delhi, while the remaining 19km is in Gurugram. Land acquisition of around 14 hectares in Rangpuri and Samalkar, needed to complete the Delhi portion of the expressway, is in progress.

    Of the 19km in Gurugram, road construction remains for a 2km stretch in New Palam Vihar, due to delay in removal of around 140 structures. Of these, 68 are houses built by owners who bought the land against general and special power of attorneys (GPA & SPA), on which Punjab and Haryana high court has granted stay.

    Now, Huda has to submit a map to NHAI indicating these 68 structures, along with an action plan to remove other structures. Also, HVPNL has to share details of locations where underground H-T lines cross the expressway.










    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/set-a-deadline-and-remove-dwarka-e-way-hurdles-gadkari-tells-khattar/articleshow/63538809.cms
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    Set a deadline and remove Dwarka e-way hurdles, Gadkari tells Khattar Bagish Jha| TNN | Mar 30, 2018, 04:18 IST
    Nitin Gadkari, Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping

    GURUGRAM: Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari has asked the Haryana government to fix a timeline for the removal of obstacles in the way of the completion of the Dwarka Expressway.

    Following this, chief minister Manohar Lal Khattarscheduled a meeting with departments concerned on March 31 to prepare a road map to clear obstacles in a time-bound manner.

    Acquiescing to a Haryana government request, Gadkari in March 2016 had announced national highway status for the Dwarka Expressway. In August 2017, NHAI notified the under-construction highway as NH-248BB and prepared a plan to build an elevated corridor at the cost of Rs 7,000 on it. But so far, Huda has failed to hand over land for the road to NHAI.

    With structures at New Palam Vihar and Kherki Daula, and series of towers carrying high-tension (H-T) cables at four different places, still obstructing the alignment of the Dwarka Expressway, Gadkari asked Khattar to intervene and put the project on fast-track.

    In his letter, Gadkari mentioned NHAI has proposed different packages (details in box) to complete the Dwarka Expressway, at an estimated cost of Rs 7,000 crore. Bids for two packages have already been invited and opened. The Union ministry has also sought time from the Prime Minister to lay the foundation stone for the project.

    Dwarka Expressway, as it stands now, is incomplete and Huda needs to clear all obstacles to make it a continuous stretch from Gurgram to Delhi.

    “You would appreciate that resolution of the issues pending with the government of Haryana and its agencies in a time-bound manner is of utmost importance, as we intend to execute this project in a fast mode,” wrote Gadkari, asking Khattar to convene a meeting with concerned officers and give them a time frame to resolve the issues.

    Earlier, the Union road transport and highways secretary had conducted a meeting on February 22 in Delhi to review the availability of RoW to complete the project. At the meeting, the Union transport ministry had highlighted the hindrances to the RoW, which Huda had committed to clear by September 2017, but made no subsequent progress.

    The Dwarka Expressway, which was proposed as an alternative route between Delhi and Gurgram, has been delayed by a decade. Thousands of people who have invested in real estate projects in sectors along the route are now campaigning against the government for this delay.

    The 29km-long road is to branch out from NH-8 near Shivmurti in Delhi and merge with NH-8 near Kherki Daula in Gurugram. Around 10km of the road is in Delhi, while the remaining 19km is in Gurugram. Land acquisition of around 14 hectares in Rangpuri and Samalkar, needed to complete the Delhi portion of the expressway, is in progress.

    Of the 19km in Gurugram, road construction remains for a 2km stretch in New Palam Vihar, due to delay in removal of around 140 structures. Of these, 68 are houses built by owners who bought the land against general and special power of attorneys (GPA & SPA), on which Punjab and Haryana high court has granted stay.

    Now, Huda has to submit a map to NHAI indicating these 68 structures, along with an action plan to remove other structures. Also, HVPNL has to share details of locations where underground H-T lines cross the expressway.










    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/set-a-deadline-and-remove-dwarka-e-way-hurdles-gadkari-tells-khattar/articleshow/63538809.cms
    DEW is happening now. It is a matter of time before all GPA houses and boundary walls of vacant plots will be demolished to pave the way for DEW completion.

    Wondering what Mr. Ulti Chakri and Mr. Rohit Warren have to say on this. Do they still see this as a mere eye wash?
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  • Originally Posted by Tiger1
    Originally Posted by MANOJa
    Set a deadline and remove Dwarka e-way hurdles, Gadkari tells Khattar Bagish Jha| TNN | Mar 30, 2018, 04:18 IST
    Nitin Gadkari, Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping

    GURUGRAM: Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari has asked the Haryana government to fix a timeline for the removal of obstacles in the way of the completion of the Dwarka Expressway.

    Following this, chief minister Manohar Lal Khattarscheduled a meeting with departments concerned on March 31 to prepare a road map to clear obstacles in a time-bound manner.

    Acquiescing to a Haryana government request, Gadkari in March 2016 had announced national highway status for the Dwarka Expressway. In August 2017, NHAI notified the under-construction highway as NH-248BB and prepared a plan to build an elevated corridor at the cost of Rs 7,000 on it. But so far, Huda has failed to hand over land for the road to NHAI.

    With structures at New Palam Vihar and Kherki Daula, and series of towers carrying high-tension (H-T) cables at four different places, still obstructing the alignment of the Dwarka Expressway, Gadkari asked Khattar to intervene and put the project on fast-track.

    In his letter, Gadkari mentioned NHAI has proposed different packages (details in box) to complete the Dwarka Expressway, at an estimated cost of Rs 7,000 crore. Bids for two packages have already been invited and opened. The Union ministry has also sought time from the Prime Minister to lay the foundation stone for the project.

    Dwarka Expressway, as it stands now, is incomplete and Huda needs to clear all obstacles to make it a continuous stretch from Gurgram to Delhi.

    “You would appreciate that resolution of the issues pending with the government of Haryana and its agencies in a time-bound manner is of utmost importance, as we intend to execute this project in a fast mode,” wrote Gadkari, asking Khattar to convene a meeting with concerned officers and give them a time frame to resolve the issues.

    Earlier, the Union road transport and highways secretary had conducted a meeting on February 22 in Delhi to review the availability of RoW to complete the project. At the meeting, the Union transport ministry had highlighted the hindrances to the RoW, which Huda had committed to clear by September 2017, but made no subsequent progress.

    The Dwarka Expressway, which was proposed as an alternative route between Delhi and Gurgram, has been delayed by a decade. Thousands of people who have invested in real estate projects in sectors along the route are now campaigning against the government for this delay.

    The 29km-long road is to branch out from NH-8 near Shivmurti in Delhi and merge with NH-8 near Kherki Daula in Gurugram. Around 10km of the road is in Delhi, while the remaining 19km is in Gurugram. Land acquisition of around 14 hectares in Rangpuri and Samalkar, needed to complete the Delhi portion of the expressway, is in progress.

    Of the 19km in Gurugram, road construction remains for a 2km stretch in New Palam Vihar, due to delay in removal of around 140 structures. Of these, 68 are houses built by owners who bought the land against general and special power of attorneys (GPA & SPA), on which Punjab and Haryana high court has granted stay.

    Now, Huda has to submit a map to NHAI indicating these 68 structures, along with an action plan to remove other structures. Also, HVPNL has to share details of locations where underground H-T lines cross the expressway.










    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/set-a-deadline-and-remove-dwarka-e-way-hurdles-gadkari-tells-khattar/articleshow/63538809.cms
    DEW is happening now. It is a matter of time before all GPA houses and boundary walls of vacant plots will be demolished to pave the way for DEW completion.

    Wondering what Mr. Ulti Chakri and Mr. Rohit Warren have to say on this. Do they still see this as a mere eye wash?
    Proof is in the pudding let’s say ..as for Ultichakri and RW well so far they have been correct and I have to hand it to them

    But let’s see let’s hope DEW does go ahead quickly
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  • Homebuyers and residents turn to cricket to clear Dwarka e-way hurdles Bagish K Jha| TNN | Mar 31, 2018, 02:28 IST
    Picture for representation purpose only.

    GURUGRAM: Imagine a city where victory in a Twenty-20 match inspires authorities to build roads, a half century brings water to households, a five-wicket haul cleans up drains and every six hit lights up a house.

    Homebuyers and residents from societies built along the Dwarka Expressway have decided to take to the cricket field, hoping to strike a chord with the authorities and get them to lay down all basic infrastructures in the new sectors.

    DXP Welfare Association, an umbrella organisation of homebuyers and residents from the new sectors along the e-way, is going to organise a cricket tournament starting on April 14.

    Already, 20 RWAs have registered their teams, comprising young residents, for the event that will continue for around two months.

    Matches will be played on weekends in grounds of sectors 81-115, each having a unique theme, highlighting issues that range from a delay in completion of the e-way, removal of Kherki Daula toll plaza, incomplete internal sector roads to lack of civic amenities like water, power and drain.

    "Over 30 matches, including league and knockout phases, each of 15 overs, will be played. The idea is to bring people together to push for all-round development of the new sectors and speedy completion of Dwarka Expressway," said Yashesh Yadav, the president of the association.

    A rough estimate suggests around 90,000 people have invested in residential and commercial properties in over 100 projects being developed along the Dwarka e-way, which was conceived as an alternative route between Delhi and Gurugram. "But even after so many years, the authorities have failed to create basic infrastructures in the new sectors," rued Yadav.

    "How long does it take to complete a road project? The government has failed to address our problems," said Harinder Singh, a resident of Sector 84.

    Prakhar Sahay, a member of the association, said sports helped bring people together and in India, nothing was more popular than cricket.








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  • Originally Posted by Rohit1975
    Originally Posted by Tiger1
    Originally Posted by MANOJa
    Set a deadline and remove Dwarka e-way hurdles, Gadkari tells Khattar Bagish Jha| TNN | Mar 30, 2018, 04:18 IST
    Nitin Gadkari, Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping

    GURUGRAM: Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari has asked the Haryana government to fix a timeline for the removal of obstacles in the way of the completion of the Dwarka Expressway.

    Following this, chief minister Manohar Lal Khattarscheduled a meeting with departments concerned on March 31 to prepare a road map to clear obstacles in a time-bound manner.

    Acquiescing to a Haryana government request, Gadkari in March 2016 had announced national highway status for the Dwarka Expressway. In August 2017, NHAI notified the under-construction highway as NH-248BB and prepared a plan to build an elevated corridor at the cost of Rs 7,000 on it. But so far, Huda has failed to hand over land for the road to NHAI.

    With structures at New Palam Vihar and Kherki Daula, and series of towers carrying high-tension (H-T) cables at four different places, still obstructing the alignment of the Dwarka Expressway, Gadkari asked Khattar to intervene and put the project on fast-track.

    In his letter, Gadkari mentioned NHAI has proposed different packages (details in box) to complete the Dwarka Expressway, at an estimated cost of Rs 7,000 crore. Bids for two packages have already been invited and opened. The Union ministry has also sought time from the Prime Minister to lay the foundation stone for the project.

    Dwarka Expressway, as it stands now, is incomplete and Huda needs to clear all obstacles to make it a continuous stretch from Gurgram to Delhi.

    “You would appreciate that resolution of the issues pending with the government of Haryana and its agencies in a time-bound manner is of utmost importance, as we intend to execute this project in a fast mode,” wrote Gadkari, asking Khattar to convene a meeting with concerned officers and give them a time frame to resolve the issues.

    Earlier, the Union road transport and highways secretary had conducted a meeting on February 22 in Delhi to review the availability of RoW to complete the project. At the meeting, the Union transport ministry had highlighted the hindrances to the RoW, which Huda had committed to clear by September 2017, but made no subsequent progress.

    The Dwarka Expressway, which was proposed as an alternative route between Delhi and Gurgram, has been delayed by a decade. Thousands of people who have invested in real estate projects in sectors along the route are now campaigning against the government for this delay.

    The 29km-long road is to branch out from NH-8 near Shivmurti in Delhi and merge with NH-8 near Kherki Daula in Gurugram. Around 10km of the road is in Delhi, while the remaining 19km is in Gurugram. Land acquisition of around 14 hectares in Rangpuri and Samalkar, needed to complete the Delhi portion of the expressway, is in progress.

    Of the 19km in Gurugram, road construction remains for a 2km stretch in New Palam Vihar, due to delay in removal of around 140 structures. Of these, 68 are houses built by owners who bought the land against general and special power of attorneys (GPA & SPA), on which Punjab and Haryana high court has granted stay.

    Now, Huda has to submit a map to NHAI indicating these 68 structures, along with an action plan to remove other structures. Also, HVPNL has to share details of locations where underground H-T lines cross the expressway.










    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/set-a-deadline-and-remove-dwarka-e-way-hurdles-gadkari-tells-khattar/articleshow/63538809.cms
    DEW is happening now. It is a matter of time before all GPA houses and boundary walls of vacant plots will be demolished to pave the way for DEW completion.

    Wondering what Mr. Ulti Chakri and Mr. Rohit Warren have to say on this. Do they still see this as a mere eye wash?
    Proof is in the pudding let’s say ..as for Ultichakri and RW well so far they have been correct and I have to hand it to them

    But let’s see let’s hope DEW does go ahead quickly
    Rubbish

    Expecting tomorrow to look like today is not called being right. Its called ‘expecting status quo to continue’. And thats the easiest thing to predict

    Its like saying UC will be maintain his negative views. Though he brings good info and should be respected for it



    RW is an amateur self proclaimed expert at best



    And anyone falling for that ruse is just naive


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  • Originally Posted by ashu_sharmaa
    Originally Posted by Rohit1975
    Originally Posted by Tiger1
    Originally Posted by MANOJa
    Set a deadline and remove Dwarka e-way hurdles, Gadkari tells Khattar Bagish Jha| TNN | Mar 30, 2018, 04:18 IST
    Nitin Gadkari, Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping

    GURUGRAM: Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari has asked the Haryana government to fix a timeline for the removal of obstacles in the way of the completion of the Dwarka Expressway.

    Following this, chief minister Manohar Lal Khattarscheduled a meeting with departments concerned on March 31 to prepare a road map to clear obstacles in a time-bound manner.

    Acquiescing to a Haryana government request, Gadkari in March 2016 had announced national highway status for the Dwarka Expressway. In August 2017, NHAI notified the under-construction highway as NH-248BB and prepared a plan to build an elevated corridor at the cost of Rs 7,000 on it. But so far, Huda has failed to hand over land for the road to NHAI.

    With structures at New Palam Vihar and Kherki Daula, and series of towers carrying high-tension (H-T) cables at four different places, still obstructing the alignment of the Dwarka Expressway, Gadkari asked Khattar to intervene and put the project on fast-track.

    In his letter, Gadkari mentioned NHAI has proposed different packages (details in box) to complete the Dwarka Expressway, at an estimated cost of Rs 7,000 crore. Bids for two packages have already been invited and opened. The Union ministry has also sought time from the Prime Minister to lay the foundation stone for the project.

    Dwarka Expressway, as it stands now, is incomplete and Huda needs to clear all obstacles to make it a continuous stretch from Gurgram to Delhi.

    “You would appreciate that resolution of the issues pending with the government of Haryana and its agencies in a time-bound manner is of utmost importance, as we intend to execute this project in a fast mode,” wrote Gadkari, asking Khattar to convene a meeting with concerned officers and give them a time frame to resolve the issues.

    Earlier, the Union road transport and highways secretary had conducted a meeting on February 22 in Delhi to review the availability of RoW to complete the project. At the meeting, the Union transport ministry had highlighted the hindrances to the RoW, which Huda had committed to clear by September 2017, but made no subsequent progress.

    The Dwarka Expressway, which was proposed as an alternative route between Delhi and Gurgram, has been delayed by a decade. Thousands of people who have invested in real estate projects in sectors along the route are now campaigning against the government for this delay.

    The 29km-long road is to branch out from NH-8 near Shivmurti in Delhi and merge with NH-8 near Kherki Daula in Gurugram. Around 10km of the road is in Delhi, while the remaining 19km is in Gurugram. Land acquisition of around 14 hectares in Rangpuri and Samalkar, needed to complete the Delhi portion of the expressway, is in progress.

    Of the 19km in Gurugram, road construction remains for a 2km stretch in New Palam Vihar, due to delay in removal of around 140 structures. Of these, 68 are houses built by owners who bought the land against general and special power of attorneys (GPA & SPA), on which Punjab and Haryana high court has granted stay.

    Now, Huda has to submit a map to NHAI indicating these 68 structures, along with an action plan to remove other structures. Also, HVPNL has to share details of locations where underground H-T lines cross the expressway.










    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/gurgaon/set-a-deadline-and-remove-dwarka-e-way-hurdles-gadkari-tells-khattar/articleshow/63538809.cms
    DEW is happening now. It is a matter of time before all GPA houses and boundary walls of vacant plots will be demolished to pave the way for DEW completion.

    Wondering what Mr. Ulti Chakri and Mr. Rohit Warren have to say on this. Do they still see this as a mere eye wash?
    Proof is in the pudding let’s say ..as for Ultichakri and RW well so far they have been correct and I have to hand it to them

    But let’s see let’s hope DEW does go ahead quickly
    Rubbish

    Expecting tomorrow to look like today is not called being right. Its called ‘expecting status quo to continue’. And thats the easiest thing to predict

    Its like saying UC will be maintain his negative views. Though he brings good info and should be respected for it



    RW is an amateur self proclaimed expert at best



    And anyone falling for that ruse is just naive


    History teaches us that history teaches us nothing at all
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    • ashu_sharmaa1 months ago
      And you still fall for RW, knowing that he thrives on history and has no vision? :-))
  • Originally Posted by DwarkaExpressway
    28 March'18 Update: Demolition Drive | Still No Timeline by Haryana Govt. to Handover Land to NHAI - https://youtu.be/RgvUqNnXRgU

    After 11Yrs of Struggle: High Tension Wires being Removed from Sec 36B - Sec 88 Dwarka Expressway - https://youtu.be/lwWmcV94FxY






    Dwarka Expressway update 31 March 2018: Watch Video

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  • Make Shift Temporary Connectivity Near Richmond Farmhouse in New Palam Vihar #DwarkaExpressway

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  • HUDA On Demolition Spree: More Demolitions in New Palam Vihar taking place to clear the way for Dwarka Expressway operational soon ...!!
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kA6YVBMo6c
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    • shilac1 months ago
      I assume this is the New Palam Vihar stretch. But what about Delhi connectivity? What's happening about that?