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Satish Mahana visits Noida Authority to review infrastructure projects

Posted: Sep 27, 2018     By Avishek Dubey

Satish Mahana, minister of industrial development, Uttar Pradesh, visited Noida Authority today to review all infrastructure work under way and set deadline for the same.

The projects include a bridge from Noida to Kalindi Kunj; multilevel parking zones in Sectors 16A, 38A, 3, 5; and a traffic park in Sector 108 among others.

The budget has been set at Rs 422.46 crore, and the deadline as March 31, 2019.

Noida Authority is also going to start five new projects to address the traffic situation in the city. They include three new underpasses  — a 2.36-km underpass between Sector 96 and 126, underpass between Sector 51 and 52, another underpass at Sector 71 and 72 and two elevated roads over Shahdara drain, and an elevated road on the DSC road from Aghapur Village to Phase II area.

The budget for these new projects has been set at Rs 1,589.94 crore.

“The timelines for these new projects will be decided by December first week,” Mahana said.

The minister also addressed several other issues during the press conference.

He assured that Noida Authority has undertaken mechanical sweeping for a stretch of 83 km, and 90 km more is to be taken up. He also ordered the Authority to ensure that the process happens only at night.

On the builder-buyer issue, he said letters of possession have been given to 19,960 buyers, and more than 10,000 buyers have been shifted to their flats.

The minister also said a three-minister panel has been formed by the state government to look into the issue of registry, which has remained stuck for more than 40,000 buyers. The panel would also look into issues pertaining to handover from the builder to the AOA.

The panel, he said, is to submit a plan called Maintenance Policy for Builder to the chief minister on the issue.

 

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