Tendering process canceled, Eclipse in the second phase project

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Suhwal. The survey work for the second phase project of approximately 41 km from Ghazipur Ghat Railway Station to Mau was completed long ago by Rail Vikas Nigam Limited. The central government and the railway authority canceled the tender process because the need for this second phase of the project was not recognized. Because of this, the clouds of crisis have started to hover over the second phase of the project. The project is to go through various villages in the Ghazipur district, through about half a dozen villages in the neighboring Mau district to Mau Junction. This expansion is expected to affect around 70 villages, with around 250 hectares of land owned by hundreds of farmers from eight Mau districts. Among them, a new station near Jangipur, Birn, Mardah and Badhua Godown is proposed. However, due to the government’s failure to release funds, the acquisition process has not yet started. The government and the railways are currently focusing on the first phase of the project. To achieve this, RVNL and the executing organization GPT Infra Project Limited and SP Singla Construction are working day and night. Vikas Chandra, RVNL’s chief project manager, said the bidding process for the second phase has been canceled. The government and department are currently paying full attention to the ongoing project in the first phase, which should be completed at the earliest.

Suhwal. The survey work for the second phase project of approximately 41 km from Ghazipur Ghat Railway Station to Mau was completed long ago by Rail Vikas Nigam Limited. The central government and the railway authority canceled the tender process because the need for this second phase of the project was not recognized. Because of this, the clouds of crisis have started to hover over the second phase of the project. The project is to go through various villages in the Ghazipur district, through about half a dozen villages in the neighboring Mau district to Mau Junction. This expansion is expected to affect around 70 villages, with around 250 hectares of land owned by hundreds of farmers from eight Mau districts. Among them, a new station near Jangipur, Birn, Mardah and Badhua Godown is proposed. However, due to the government’s failure to release funds, the acquisition process has not yet started. The government and the railways are currently focusing on the first phase of the project. To achieve this, RVNL and the executing organization GPT Infra Project Limited and SP Singla Construction are working day and night. Vikas Chandra, RVNL’s chief project manager, said the bidding process for the second phase has been canceled. The government and department are currently paying full attention to the ongoing project in the first phase, which should be completed at the earliest.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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