MP: Indore MP Shankar Lalwani rebuked the officers over the design of the flyover bridge in Indore

Jun 17 2021 12:31 PM
MP: Indore MP Shankar Lalwani rebuked the officers over the design of the flyover bridge in Indore

Indore: People's representatives and officials have become opposed to the elevated bridge of BRTS in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. In fact, there is a controversy over the design of the elevated bridge of BRTS. In fact, mp Shankar Lalwani got angry at a meeting of PWD officials held in the presence of the minister in charge last Wednesday. In fact, he was angry about the change in the design of the elevated bridge. 

Let us tell you that Tulsi Silawat, minister-in-charge of Indore, had convened a meeting with PWD officials at Residency Kothi on the design of bengali chowk flyover bridge. Mp Shankar Lalwani was also present during the meeting. In the same meeting, he objected to the change in the design of the proposed elevated bridge at BRTS. At the same time, MP Shankar Lalwani said, "The PWD officials changed the map without informing any public representative and any technical person. After the change in the map, people are now facing a lot of difficulties there."

The MP says, "If a pillar comes in the middle of the bridge while constructing the bridge, the problem of accidents and traffic will never end. ''The work on the project is once again stuck after the controversy over the design of the flyover bridge has taken place. The work on this bridge has been stuck for the last 3 years and every time the work starts, there is a dispute over the bridge". Let us tell you that the lack of construction of this bridge is disturbing the drivers of 2.5 lakh population of 120 colonies and more than two lakh vehicles passing through it every day. Now, if the design of the flyover is changed, the cost will increase by 8 crore rupees and at the same time it will take another six months to get ready.

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