Shiv Sena-Ruled Thane Civic Body Rejects Land Proposal For Bullet Train: Report

Shiv Sena-Ruled Thane Civic Body Rejects Land Proposal For Bullet Train: Report

December 24, 2020 Off By admin


Thane Municipal Corporation has rejected a proposal for handing over land for Bullet practice.

Thane:

In a setback for Ahmedabad-Mumbai Bullet practice, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream venture, the Shiv Sena-led Thane Municipal Corporation has rejected a proposal for handing over land for it within the district.

The resolution comes amid a dispute between the Sena-led Maharashtra authorities and the Union authorities over allotment of land for Mumbai Metro in Kanjurmarg.

A proposal by the National High Speed Rail Corporation Ltd (NHSRC), which is executing the Ahmedabad-Mumbai Bullet practice venture, for 3,800 sq mt of land close to Shil-Daighar was rejected at a gathering of the TMC’s normal physique on Wednesday, stated a civic official.

The NHSRC had requested the civic physique to switch the land title to it for a compensation of Rs 6 crore.

A proposal on this regard got here earlier than the final physique for the fifth time on Wednesday and was rejected. On earlier events it had been saved in abeyance.

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While the BJP didn’t react in the home, later occasion chief Sanjay Waghule critisised the choice. The normal physique rejected a land proposal for the Bullet practice however handed a decision for the Light Rail Transport for town, he stated.

The Maharashtra authorities has determined to shift the positioning of a automobile shed for Mumbai Metro to Kanjurmarg in jap Mumbai, however the Union authorities has moved the High Court, contending the land in Kanjurmarg belongs to its Salt Department and never the state.

The HC not too long ago stayed the land allotment. The earlier BJP-led authorities had chosen Arey Colony space for automobile shed regardless of opposition from inexperienced activists, a call the current regime reversed.

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