Electricity wires going underground on Patna Metro Elevated Road!

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In Corridor 2 of Patna Metro, the work of undergrounding the wire from Rajendra Nagar to ISBT located at Bairia has started. After getting NOC from the power company, Patna is getting metro or work done. In the first phase, a 6.6-km elevated road from Malahi Pakpi to Patliputra ISBT is targeted to be started first. In this route, there will be five metro stations Malahi Pakari, Khemnichak, Bhoothnath Zeromile and ISBT.

Apart from this, the process of removing electric wires will also start soon for the elevated route to be built from Danapur to Patliputra station in Corridor 1. NOC is being taken from the power company. NOC has also been received from the National Highway Authority for the elevated track for the metro passing through Patna Gaya Highway near Zero Mile. Zeromile. Overbridged will be constructed from to ISBT depot through which Metro will pass. At present, work has started on the elevated road for Patna Metro.

The work of underground metro station is also expected to start soon. The hurdle of land acquisition for ISBT depot will be removed as soon as it is done. The way to get loan from According to sources, for a loan from Jaya Ka, it was necessary to have a minimum of 1000 such assets with Patna Metro.

76 acres of land will be available for Patna Metro coaches by December!

The construction work of Patna Metro will be accelerated from January. Due to the process of acquisition of 76.645 acres of land is going on in front of ISBT which will be completed by December. During the review meeting of the District Project Monitoring Committee under the leadership of DM Dr Chandrashekhar Singh, District Land Acquisition Officer Pramod Kumar said that there is a proposal to acquire 76.645 acres of land of 2 mouza for the depot.

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A letter has been sent by the Divisional Commissioner to the Additional Chief Secretary, Land and Revenue Reforms Department. Publication action will be taken at the department level. Claim objection will be taken from the farmers till 60 days from the date of publication at the department level. After this, a notification will be issued under section 90 that the land has been acquired by the government for the manufacture of metro coaches.

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With this, a notice will be given to the farmers after preparing the plot. Compensation will be paid to the farmers who bring documents according to the list of plots including photocopy of bank account with photo identity card. The total cost of Patna Metro Rail Project is 13366 crores. From this, two corridors have to be constructed in a length of 32487 km. The first corridor is 17 kms from Danapur to Mithapur and the second corridor is 14.55 kms from Patna Railway Station to ISBT.

It is targeted to be operational in October 2024. Utility shifting work for the construction of 6.60 km elevated metro between ISBT to Malahi Pakari is going on in full swing as of now. Electric poles and wires have been shot. Internet wire setting is going on with Nala and Nali. Along with this, the construction of elevated metro station and piling for the elevated line is going on at a brisk pace.

NOC from the Ministry of Defense is under process for this. Along with this, the work of taking NOC of land from other departments including Municipal Corporation for construction of other stations and laying of lines is going on. 11 elevated stations will be built with central and state government funds.

The line is to be built with 11 elevated stations with central and state government funds. This includes Corridor One of Danapur, Saguna, Mor, RPS Mor, Patliputra, Mithapur, Ramakrishnanagar, Jaganpura, Khemnichak and Corridor Two of Malahi Pakari, Khemnichak Bhoothnath Zeromile New ISBT Elevated Station.

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