Jagmohan Garg Delhi: A flyover two decades in the making

Is the Rani Jhansi Road level separator extend demonstrating another white elephant for the city?

Jagmohan Garg said considered in 1998 and authorized by the past MCD in 2006, the flyover is yet to see the light of the day. On account of the deferrals, the cost of the venture has heightened from Rs 177 crore to Rs 724 crore.

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A year ago, the north organization had declared it would toss open the greatly deferred flyover, went for decongesting the extend between Pusa Road and ISBT Kashmere Gate, by January 2017. Be that as it may, no less than 30% of the work is yet to be finished, asserted Pravesh Wahi, standing advisory group administrator of the north urban body.

Ravi Kumar, a businessperson close Azad Market, said that there had been no real advance on the venture in the previous couple of years.

“The pace of work is truly moderate and it will take a couple of more years for the enterprise to finish the development. It has been over 10 years since the work began, still there is not a single break to be found, Jagmohan Garg said.

Be that as it may, Wahi asserted that moving of force and water utilities and the store crunch confronted by the urban body have added to the postponement. “Securing of land likewise brought about major deferrals as different offices were included and moving of administrations of DJB and BSES took additional time than we anticipated. Likewise, temporary workers ceased their work because of non-installment of their levy thus of the store crunch. Presently, we are accelerating the procedure and there is no money related issue for the venture,” looked after Wahi.

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Jagmohan Garg spoted water supply hit in vast areas of Delhi

Jagmohan Garg says water supply was hit in vast parts of central, north Delhi, and under NDMC and Delhi Cantonment on Sunday due to “dangerously high” levels of ammonia in raw water.

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Jagmohan Garg delhi water supply was hit in vast parts of central, north Delhi, and under NDMC and Delhi Cantonment on Sunday due to “dangerously high” levels of ammonia in raw water.

The supply got affected as operations at Chandrawal and Wazirabad treatment plants, which supply water to these areas, had to be suspended, Delhi water minister Kapil Mishra said.

Operations at the plants had to be suspended this morning due to leakage in the carrier lined channel (CLC) that brings water from Haryana to Delhi. The situation will take at least a day to improve, he said.

As it is being repaired, water supply in the CLC has been diverted to the Yamuna river, the water of which is extremely contaminated with levels of ammonia ranging between 3.5 ppm and 4 ppm.

It cannot be treated with agents like chlorine as after coming in contact with ammonia it will produce trihalomethane which is carcinogenic in nature.

Mishra told PTI that the ammonia treatment plant, that was inaugurated by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal last year, cannot treat anything beyond 1-2 ppm.

Delhi Jal Board (DJB) has also asked the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to check the quality of raw water samples.

As per Jagmohan Garg, CLC is leaked in Haryana. They get raw water through CLC. Haryana is repairing it so we need to shut CLC. Now water coming through main river course where ammonia is dangerously high. So production from two plants stopped temporarily.

Source; http://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi/water-supply-hit-in-vast-areas-of-delhi-as-ammonia-levels-rise/story-fKtvp9un0a0wuouK6SNbBP.html

 

Govt will notify delimitation of wards this week; Jagmohan Garg Delhi

According to Jagmohan Garg, the Delhi government is probably going to advise new civil ward limits this week, speeding up the procedure for the up and coming city surveys in the city.

Authorities said lieutenant-senator Anil Baijal has cleared the last delimitation draft of the 272 civil wards, and the urban advancement office will issue an appropriate notice of the draft that has seen the redrawing of a few wards.

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While the quantity of wards in each of the three companies has stayed same, the quantity of wards in a couple gathering fragments has changed, extending from three to seven.

“Jagmohan Garg said, With the L-G gesture truly, an official paper warning is normal in maybe a couple days.”

Jagmohan Garg delhi more details; http://www.hindustantimes.com/delhi/delhi-civic-polls-2017-govt-will-notify-delimitation-of-wards-this-week/story-hNu9ds2XFtRjBaGbHJWXFL.html

Jagmohan Garg highlights Railways and Delhi win eliet division

Jagmohan Garg says railways won the Elite division while Delhi developed Plate champion in the senior ladies’ T20 titles.
Delhi rode on skipper Reema Malhotra’s overall splendor (31 not out, two for 18) to edge Baroda by five keeps running in the Plate last at the VCA Ground, Nagpur, on Sunday.

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Mithali Raj (83 not out) set up Railways’ 72-run triumph over Madhya Pradesh at Rajkot on Friday for the Elite title.
Put into bat, Delhi oversaw only 115 keeps running for the loss of three wickets in the stipulated 20 overs. Reema made an unbeaten 31 in 29 balls and grabbed two significant wickets in the center to guarantee triumph for her group. Her 58-run organization with Neha Tanwar, who best scored with 34, for the third wicket helped Delhi go past the 100-run check in the low-scoring amusement.
In answer, Baroda dealt with an average scoring rate for the initial 15 overs, with every one of the four of its top-arrange players among runs.

According to Jagmohan garg in any case, none of the last five players scored a run, even as Tarannum Pathan attempted frantically to get a few keeps running on board at the flip side before being the last wicket to fall for a top-score of 30.
Baroda could just oversee 110 in its 20 overs for the loss of eight wickets.

Jagmohan Garg share rainy weather in delhi

Jagmohan Garg highlights two international flights were delayed and one was cancelled at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport.

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  1. Two international flights were delayed and one was cancelled at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport.
  2. Four domestic flights were also delayed due to bad weather conditions.
  3. 70 trains have been delayed and are arriving late in Delhi, 16 have been rescheduled and 7 have been cancelled.
  4. According to the MeT department, thunder storm with rain could occur over several parts of Delhi and NCR in next two hours.
  5. The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 21 degree Celsius.