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Second phase of Tadighat Mau expansion project hangs in the balance: No tender or land acquisition even after six years of survey, budget of 1766 crore was approved

Second phase of Tadighat Mau expansion project hangs in the balance: No tender or land acquisition even after six years of survey, budget of 1766 crore was approved

Under the Zamania area, the 51 km of the Dream Project of the PM, 51 km Lambi Tadighat Mau expansion project from Ghazipur Ghat station to Mau, about 37 km new railway line, even after six years of the survey of the new railway line, the tender and land acquisition process is not completed till date till date. Could be done. Due to this, the clouds of crisis have started on this project of the second phase. Sarvakrishnanand, Prahlada, Aneesh, Shivbachan, Nasim, Dr. Jitendra Rai, etc., said that Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (Rail Development Corporation Limited ( The survey of land was completed six years ago by the surveyor team of RVNL). People said that not only this, a budget of 1766 crore for this entire project was also approved by the Union Cabinet. Due to which disappointment has started spreading among the regional people. Now hardly Ghazipur will ever be able to connect directly through the Mau railway line. At the same time, the villagers demanded that funds should be approved soon for this proposed second phase project. According to the officials of the affected, the land will be affected, according to the officials of the affected, about 70 villages, including eight villages and the rest of Ghazipur district, hundreds of farmers of Ghazipur district About 250 hectares of land is expected to be affected. Under this, a new station is proposed near Jangipur, Biran, Maradah and Badhua warehouses. In the report submitted by the Patel Commission formed on the demand made by the then MP of Ghazipur Vishwanath Singh Gahmari, the new railway line was given to the Rail Cum Bridge on the Ganges and Tadighat Mau on the Ganges. On November 2016, PM Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of the much -awaited project of about 1766 crore in a program organized at the district headquarters. RVNL Chief Project Manager Vikas Chandra said that the order of the government and the ministry is awaited for the second phase of project. Told that the entire focus of the government and the department is to complete the first phase of project. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 10:19 am
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