Hamirpur,bilding,kaam Ruka – Construction of polytechnic building only five percent in eight months


Hamirpur. The construction of Government Polytechnic building in Kurara town is going on at a very slow pace. The government has approved a fund of Rs 20.48 crore for this in the month of January. In which an amount of 5.12 crore was released to the executing organization. Even after this, even five percent of the construction work could not be done. At the same time, the people of the town are accusing of not using bricks and other materials as per the standard.
The construction of Government Polytechnic near Manki Tirahe in Kurara town was approved on January 14. Building construction has been started on the acreage-5.459 hectares of Gata number-1534 of the Secondary Education Department. The construction work organization C&DS Jalnigam Mahoba is getting it done. 5 crore 12 lakh 10 thousand rupees have been received as the first installment. The construction work is going on at a slow pace. Others including Pankaj Singh, Dharmendra Singh and Rajesh Kumar of the town told that the working organization has done the work of digging and filling the pillar so far.
in which the standards have been ignored. Substandard bricks and materials have been used in the constructed boundary wall. Pankaj Singh, a resident of Kurara, said that there was a plan to get the Government Polytechnic Building done before the assembly elections. But the way the construction work is going on, it will take a long time to complete it. Here Arvind Kumar Sharma, Project Manager of C&DC Jalnigam Mahoba, said that there has been an effect of corona infection in the construction of Government Polytechnic building under construction at a cost of 20.48 crores. To be completed by 31st March 2022. Five per cent of the construction work has been done so far. There will be no compromise with the standard in the construction work.

Hamirpur. The construction of Government Polytechnic building in Kurara town is going on at a very slow pace. The government has approved a fund of Rs 20.48 crore for this in the month of January. In which an amount of 5.12 crore was released to the executing organization. Even after this, even five percent of the construction work could not be done. At the same time, the people of the town are accusing of not using bricks and other materials as per the standard.

The construction of Government Polytechnic near Manki Tirahe in Kurara town was approved on January 14. Building construction has been started on the acreage-5.459 hectares of Gata number-1534 of the Secondary Education Department. The construction work organization C&DS Jalnigam Mahoba is getting it done. 5 crore 12 lakh 10 thousand rupees have been received as the first installment. The construction work is going on at a slow pace. Others including Pankaj Singh, Dharmendra Singh and Rajesh Kumar of the town told that the working organization has done the work of digging and filling the pillar so far.

in which the standards have been ignored. Substandard bricks and materials have been used in the constructed boundary wall. Pankaj Singh, a resident of Kurara, said that there was a plan to get the Government Polytechnic Building done before the assembly elections. But the way the construction work is going on, it will take a long time to complete it. Here Arvind Kumar Sharma, project manager of C&DC Jalnigam Mahoba, said that there has been an effect of corona infection in the construction of Government Polytechnic building under construction at a cost of 20.48 crores. To be completed by 31st March 2022. So far five per cent of the construction work has been done. There will be no compromise with the standard in the construction work.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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