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Sunday, November 8, 2009

PMC resumes work on New Holkar bridge project

An ambitious project:

The Rs 62-crore, eight-lane bridge, parallel to the existing Holkar bridge, was an ambitious project taken up by the PMC and a lot of efforts went into getting permission from Army officials in Delhi. The project, which began in November 2008, was expected to be completed in 30 months.

The long-halted work of the new Holkar bridge will resume shortly as the defense officials and the civic administration have come to a mutual understanding about the completion of the bridge and a connecting flyover over BEG road.

Existing Holkar Bridge:

Work on the new bridge, along the existing Holkar bridge, have been held up since March 26, 2009 as the civic body had failed to honor its commitments made to the defense establishment that it would build a flyover connecting its two campuses across the BEG road. It is on this condition that the defense establishment had given land to the PMC for the Holkar Bridge projects.

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