INDORE: As many as 413 families residing in three colonies, whose residential and other structures are posing as hurdles in construction of RE-2 Road, were on Friday allotted flats under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) as part of Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC’s) ‘relocation policy’ before clearing the encroachments to pave way for the proposed 24 meter wide road from Scheme-140 to Nayata Mundla area.
According to IMC superintendent engineer Mahesh Sharma, the civic has started developing RE-2 Road that will have 24-meter in width and 4,250 meter in length by spending around Rs 42 Crore on the construction. In the project, a total 413 families residing in Pipliya Kumar Kankad, Panchmukhi Hanuman and Shiv Darshan Nagar were identified for relocation for their structures posing as hurdles in the road widening and construction work.
“All the affected families, through lottery system, were on Friday allotted flats in multistoried apartments constructed Sanavadia situated Nilgiri Parisar under PMAY” Sharma said, adding that RE-2 is one of the major roads of the master plan, which will ease traffic and felicitate the commuters travelling between ISBT and Kanadia road through new RTO building in Nayta Mundla and Bicholi Hapsi.
Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) on Friday demolished as many as four shops to pave way for ongoing road widening and construction work between Bada Ganpati Square and Krishnapura Kshatri on MG Road. TNN