Noida Twin Towers Demolition: The date of demolition of the much-loved Supertech Twin Towers in Noida, Uttar Pradesh has been extended by a week. These twin towers of Supertech were earlier to be demolished on August 21, which will now be demolished on August 28.
Supreme Court allowed
Let us tell you that the Supreme Court has given permission for the demolition of the twin tower Apex and Cyan of Supertech located in Sector-93A, Noida. The court had earlier given three months for the demolition of the twin towers. The Supreme Court has given the green signal for the demolition of the twin towers after CBRI received the report of the clearance to be given to Edphis Engineering on the Supertrak Emerald Court structural audit, after a status report was filed in the Supreme Court.
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Noida administration informed
Noida administration said that from tonight itself, the escort will be sent to Palwal to get the explosives. The installation of explosives will start from 7 in the morning, which will continue till 6 in the evening. Let us tell you that 16 experts and 80 laborers have come to start this work. Explosives will be brought daily from Palwal to Noida Sector-93A for 15 days. It will have two vehicles. One detonator and the other explosive. About 10,000 holes have been made in both the towers. The filling of explosives in these will be done in just one day.
11 floors in each tower
At the same time, no more than 1375 kg of explosives will be installed in the hole of each tower. In 2006, the Noida Authority had allotted 17.29 acres (approximately 70 thousand sqm) of land in Sector-93A to Supertech. 15 towers were constructed in this sector under the Emerald Court Group Housing Project. Each tower had 11 floors. In 2009, Supertech Builder submitted a revised plan to the Noida Authority. In this plan, FAR was purchased for two towers named Apex and Cyan. The builder has approved the plan of 24 floors for both these towers. On this the builder started building 857 flats according to 40 floors. Out of these 600 flats were booked. Most also started depositing the flat amount.
However, after a few days the boyars started opposing it and a petition was filed in the Allahabad High Court to demolish it. After the hearing, on 11 April 2014, the High Court had ordered the demolition of both the towers. The Supreme Court also upheld the High Court’s decision.
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