In Faridabad, encroachments hinder work on Delhi-Mumbai e-way

Tribune News Service

Faridabad, August 1

With ‘illegal’ structures continuing to pose hurdles in the progress of the 12-lane Delhi-Mumbai Expressway project here, the authorities are yet to provide the right of way (ROW) of 70m on the Bypass Road here to the NHAI.

The HSVP was required to hand over the ROW by December 31 last year but it is yet to clear encroachments.

Claiming that while the ROW of the passage on the western side of the road has already been handed over to the NHAI, Jitender Kumar, Estate Officer, HSVP, said removal of the encroachments had been on hold in wake of the general order of the court which had stayed such an activity till August 31 in view of Covid.

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