Mumbai: BMC panel clears part of Rs 574 crore project for redevelopment

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MUMBAI: BMC’s standing committee cleared part of the Ashray Yojana project worth Rs 574 crore on Tuesday. The proposal was kept on hold after allegations of irregularities and diluted tender conditions by the opposition BJP.

 

The committee cleared proposals for redevelopment of conservancy workers’ quarters in N ward (Chirag Nagar), L (Lions Garden), S (Amrapali Building) and T wards (Gaikwad Nagar). Proposals for redeveloping quarters in P-South (Mithanagar, Pragati Nagar) were also cleared. This project will cost BMC Rs 351 crore.

 

The total project cost for the redevelopment projects is Rs 574 crore. But proposals for redeveloping quarters in R-South ward (Akurli Road) and R-Central ward (Babhai Naka) worth Rs 89 crore were deferred.