Supreme Court gives green signal to fourth phase of Delhi Metro

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Supreme Court gives green signal to fourth phase of Delhi Metro

Delhi Metro The Supreme Court allowed Friday to start work on the fourth phase of Delhi Metro project. The fourth phase of the project is expanding the metro in a length of 103.94 km .  Which the court ordered the construction to begin. The court also gave necessary instructions to the authorities regarding the project. This project will be complete in five years.

Supreme Court gives green signal to fourth phase of Delhi Metro

Earlier, on behalf of the Delhi Government . The bank of Judge Arun Mishra and Judge Deepak Gupta were informed that the state government was ready to continue with the fourth phase. The court was considering the report of the Environmental Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) . In which information on the work of the fourth phase will be carried out in 2014.

On April 10, the Delhi government told the Delhi Metro that until the problem is resolved, the fourth phase of the work should not begin.

Supreme Court gives green signal to fourth phase of Delhi Metro

At the last hearing, the strict position was shown: the court, on July 8, considering the financial aspects of the Center and the government of Delhi in the fourth phase of the Metro, said that in this case, it will approve the order because “the project He can not wait”. ”

The fourth round of the Delhi metro has to work in six corridors. These include Aroocity-Tughlakabad, Inderlok-Indraprastha, Lajpat Nagar-Saket G Block, Mukundpur-Maujpur, Janakpuri West-RK Ashram and Rithala to Bawana and Naraila.

Fourth phase of Delhi Metro

The Supreme Court expressing its displeasure over this during the previous hearing said that this project is very important. What should be resolved as soon as possible. Phase four of the Metro Project can not wait much longer. The court also said that he was going to pass the Digiintern order on him.

It has been said in this report that the financial aspects related to the project were not agreed between the central government and the government of Delhi. It has also been said that 18.6 lakh pilgrims will join daily at the end of the fourth phase. On April 10, the Delhi government told the Delhi Metro that until the problem is resolved, the fourth phase of the work should not begin.

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