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Rs 100 crore road works begin in Aurangabad

AURANGABAD: The much-hyped work on creating roads beneath the Rs 100-crore project started amid protests on Monday because the voters and activists accused the civic body of wrongly selecting the stretches.

The Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) came beneath fireplace particularly for scraping work on the highway stretch in front of the superintendent of police (rural) workplace between TV Centre and Central Naka this is in good situation. This is a tar highway and patchwork had been achieved on it hardly ever six months in the past.

The contractor engaged mechanical excavators on the above-mentioned highway and the website online supervisor was once noticed overseeing the work. Asked for the reason for doing up a highway this is higher than different roads, the supervisor told NewsTread that the street has been taken up for laying white topping because “one wishes current base”. “We cannot work on a highway this is in bad form.”

Leader of opposition in AMC, Zameer Quadri, Naser Siddiqui visited the website online in night time and expressed shock over the “irresponsible” means through which the street work has been taken up.

“There was once no consultant from the project control consultancy, nor any civic reputable or reputable supervisor contractor was once on the website online. In a contradiction of what was once told, there is not any board giving agenda B information,” stated Siddiqui, including that substandard material was once being used.

Activist Rajendra Datey Patil stated the decision of the civic leader to head forward with the project whilst the matter is in court is flawed. “Great care should had been taken via the AMC before starting up the works because the matter is before the top court.”

He stated the top court has already issued understand to the AMC and the state government on the choice of roads beneath the project. “The petitions before the HC should be reviewed via the municipal commissioner.”

The municipal commissioner is in Delhi and expected to go back to Aurangabad on Tuesday, when the MIM is planning to sign up their objection with him then, stated a corporator of the celebration.

Vishranti Nagar resident Sunita Sagle expressed shock over the AMC’s motion. “We have absolutely no highway in our space for the reason that residential colonies have come up. The situation is so bad that we have got witnessed many incidents of significant accidents due to accidents within the locality. How can the civic body make a choice to spend the fund on not too long ago repaired highway,” she asked.

Bhavsingpura resident Sanjay Kale stated that except for inconvenience for day by day travel, the lack of correct highway infrastructure in his space results in issues when an emergency patient must be rushed to sanatorium. “We had been looking forward to the Rs 100-crore highway project however the latest development is disappointing,” he added.

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