Barapullah elevated corridor: Delhi govt issues notification for acquiring private land | India News
New Delhi: The Delhi government has issued a gazette notification for the acquisition of two patches of privately owned land falling in the course of the 3.5-km Barapullah Phase-3 elevated corridor connecting Mayur Vihar-1 with Sarai Kale Khan and INA, government officials said.
Officials of the Public Works Department (PWD), the agency which is executing the project, said that the move will help expedite the project which has already been delayed at least by four years. The revised deadline to complete the project is March 2023.
The construction of the elevated road started in 2015 and was scheduled to be finished in October 2017. The project hit a hurdle as two patches of private land were yet to be acquired. The project progressed slowly because of the land hurdle and missed several deadlines.
After construction of the Barapullah-3 elevated road, over nine kilometres stretch between Mayur Vihar-1 and AIIMS, INA