Deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar on Friday morning visited the Pune metro venture and reviewed its encouraging. He checked on the underground and raised hallway works before taking a preliminary metro ride.
The Pune guardian minister started the metro survey work by showing up at the site close Pune railroad station at 6 am. Brijesh Dixit, overseeing chief, Maharashtra Metro Rail Metro Corporation Ltd (Maha-Metro) was available alongside Pawar to brief the advancement of the undertaking.
Pawar guaranteed authorities that the metro plan would get enough subsidizing. “As finance minister, I would ensure that the metro project gets adequate funds to complete it as early as possible. The work will speed up as labourers from other states will join the project with easing of lockdown restrictions.”
The minister visited the metro burrow work at Shivajinagar College grounds. The metro underground line runs from Shivajinagar to Swargate or about 8.2 kilometers and incorporates 5 stations. About 1.4 kilometer of the stretch is finished.
Dixit said, “About 43 per cent work of Pune metro has been completed. Underground work is in progress. Pawar visited the tunnel work site and was updated about the plan’s progress carried out with the help of gigantic tunnel boring machine. He also reviewed the progress of multi-modal hub project at Swargate.”
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