Noida Twin Tower Demolition: The date of demolition of Supertech Twin Towers in Noida Sector 93A has been extended by a week. Earlier the twin towers were to be demolished on 21st August but now the demolition process will start from 28th August. Noida Authority says that the agency that demolished the tower has got NOC from the police and CBRI. Now from tomorrow both the towers will start putting explosives. Escort will be sent to Palwal to get the explosives from tonight itself. The installation of explosives will start from 7 in the morning and will go on till 6 in the evening.
The date of demolition of Supertech Twin Towers in Sector 93A of Noida has been extended by a week. Now the process of dropping it will start from August 28. To break this building, 3700 kg of explosives have to be installed, whose work will start from 7 am today and will go on till 6 pm. The escort was sent to Palwal yesterday i.e. on 12 August itself to get the explosives to be installed in both the towers.
16 experts and 80 laborers have come to start this work. Explosives will be brought daily from Palwal to Noida Sector-93A for 15 days. It will have two vehicles. One detonator and the other explosive. About 10 thousand holes have been made in both the towers. The filling of explosives in these will be done in just one day.
1.375 kg of explosive will be put in every hole
Not more than 1.375 kg of explosives shall be put in one pore of each tower. The Supreme Court on Friday fixed August 28 as the date for the demolition of Supertech’s 40-storey twin towers attached to the Emerald project in Noida. The top court also relaxed the deadline for demolition of the twin towers till September 4 in case of delay due to technical or meteorological reasons. The court had earlier set August 21 as the deadline for demolition of both the buildings for violation of rules. Justice D.Y. Chandrachud and Justice A. s. Bopanna’s bench granted an additional one week’ time between August 29 and September 4 to the agencies involved in the demolition exercise of both the towers on the ground that there may be some delay in the demolition process due to technical or meteorological reasons. Is.
The process of dropping will start on August 28
The Supreme Court directed all other agencies, including the management of Supertech, to cooperate with the agencies involved in the demolition exercise of the tower. Earlier, on May 17, the apex court, on the advice of experts, extended the deadline for demolition of the twin towers till August 28. The court passed the order on a plea filed by an interim resolution professional (IRP) seeking demolition deadline of 22 May on the basis of minor changes in the design after the test blasts by the demolition agency ‘Edphis Engineering’. It was requested to extend three months from 2022 to 28 August 2022.