Maharashtra to stand by DMRC’s elevated metro proposal

by Paul Joseph on August 26, 2013 · 0 comments

PUNE: The state government will stick to the elevated metro plan proposed by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) for Pune, setting aside all the objections raised by NGOs, civic groups and the state finance department, deputy chief minister AjitPawar said on Saturday. He was speaking during an interaction with the media at the Pune Union of Working Journalists. Pawar said, “It is a fact that the metro project has been delayed. We have heard all the suggestions made by NGOs, experts, citizens and political parties. For the last few years the city has debated about (the merits and demerits of) underground and elevated metro. However, the fact is the

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