DM asks officials to expedite Patna metro project execution
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DM asks officials to expedite Patna metro project execution

District magistrate (DM) Chandrashekhar Singh directed officials to speed up the land acquisition, transfer, and encroachment removal processes to make way for the ambitious Patna Metro Rail Project.

To expedite the project's implementation, Singh met with members of the three-member committee, which includes the district transport officer, the additional municipal commissioner, and the deputy superintendent of traffic police, to discuss various issues such as encroachment, traffic congestion, and the relocation of structures along the metro route. He urged them to return frequently to the site and resolve any issues by following the instructions.

Singh directed the district land acquisition officer to expedite the compensation payment process for raiyat (landholders). He directed the circle officer, Patna Sadar, to assemble a dedicated team with additional resources and personnel to expedite the land transfer and acquisition processes.

According to the DM, various departments should be able to provide no-objection certifications for land transfer as needed. He also directed the appropriate officials to deliver the updated map to the application department, complete with the relocation of any impediments.

Singh instructed that the debris from the Khemnichak station be removed from NH-30 as soon as possible so that the road could be widened. Furthermore, he gave the go-ahead to immediately relocate the bore well to a suitable location near PMCH so that the institute is not inconvenienced and the construction of the underground metro can proceed without hiccups.

The DM also cautioned that those who impede the metro project's ongoing progress risk legal repercussions under Section 107 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC).

See also:
Patna metro rail stations to be all green buildings
Patna metro likely to be delayed due to land acquisition hurdles


District magistrate (DM) Chandrashekhar Singh directed officials to speed up the land acquisition, transfer, and encroachment removal processes to make way for the ambitious Patna Metro Rail Project. To expedite the project's implementation, Singh met with members of the three-member committee, which includes the district transport officer, the additional municipal commissioner, and the deputy superintendent of traffic police, to discuss various issues such as encroachment, traffic congestion, and the relocation of structures along the metro route. He urged them to return frequently to the site and resolve any issues by following the instructions. Singh directed the district land acquisition officer to expedite the compensation payment process for raiyat (landholders). He directed the circle officer, Patna Sadar, to assemble a dedicated team with additional resources and personnel to expedite the land transfer and acquisition processes. According to the DM, various departments should be able to provide no-objection certifications for land transfer as needed. He also directed the appropriate officials to deliver the updated map to the application department, complete with the relocation of any impediments. Singh instructed that the debris from the Khemnichak station be removed from NH-30 as soon as possible so that the road could be widened. Furthermore, he gave the go-ahead to immediately relocate the bore well to a suitable location near PMCH so that the institute is not inconvenienced and the construction of the underground metro can proceed without hiccups. The DM also cautioned that those who impede the metro project's ongoing progress risk legal repercussions under Section 107 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC). See also: Patna metro rail stations to be all green buildings Patna metro likely to be delayed due to land acquisition hurdles

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