Complete demolition within a month – Complete demolition within a month

Vindhyachal Mandalayukt Yogeshwar Ram Mishra conducted a terrestrial inspection of ongoing demolition work in the Vindhya area on Saturday. During the inspection, the contractors were given the decree to accelerate the ongoing demolition work on Sadar Bazar and Kotwali streets. The demolition work should be completed within a month.
The Mandalayukta said that thousands of devotees visit the court of Adi Shakti Jagat Janani Maa Vindhyavasini daily to worship. For the devotees, the state government and county administration are underway as part of the Vindhya Corridor program to make the area around Maa Vindhyavasini Temple look great. He said more than 90 percent of the buildings that fall under the corridor system on Kotwali Street have been purchased, with the rest of the properties being bought soon as well. He also instructed that debris should be removed from the streets soon. Said the demolition work in the second wave was affected by Corona in order to reach the goal soon. Vindhyachal Kotwali police officers were present on the occasion, including Magistrate Vinay Kumar Jai Hind, Naib Tehsildar Sadar Natwar Singh, PWD JE Praveen Kumar Chauhan and EO Om Prakash Congregation. In an interview with journalists it was pointed out that the demolition work on the acquired property will continue. The work was influenced by the second wave of Kovid. Efforts are being made to complete the demolition within this month. On this basis, the design will be prepared and work will begin soon after the preparation of the original shape of the Parikrama Trail and the four main streets of Maa Vindhyavasini Temple.

Vindhyachal Mandalayukt Yogeshwar Ram Mishra conducted a terrestrial inspection of ongoing demolition work in the Vindhya area on Saturday. During the inspection, the contractors were given the decree to accelerate the ongoing demolition work on Sadar Bazar and Kotwali streets. The demolition work should be completed within a month.

The Mandalayukta said that thousands of devotees visit the court of Adi Shakti Jagat Janani Maa Vindhyavasini daily to worship. For the devotees, the state government and county administration are underway as part of the Vindhya Corridor program to make the area around Maa Vindhyavasini Temple look great. He said more than 90 percent of the buildings that fall under the corridor system on Kotwali Street have been purchased, with the rest of the properties being bought soon as well. He also instructed that debris should be removed from the streets soon. Said the demolition work in the second wave was affected by Corona in order to reach the goal soon. Vindhyachal Kotwali police officers were present on the occasion, including Magistrate Vinay Kumar Jai Hind, Naib Tehsildar Sadar Natwar Singh, PWD JE Praveen Kumar Chauhan and EO Om Prakash Congregation. In an interview with journalists it was pointed out that the demolition work on the acquired property will continue. The work was influenced by the second wave of Kovid. Efforts are being made to complete the demolition within this month. On this basis, the design will be prepared and work will begin soon after the preparation of the original shape of the Parikrama Trail and the four main streets of Maa Vindhyavasini Temple.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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