Land acquisition started for Pune-Nashik Semi High Speed ​​Rail Project

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Land acquisition started for Pune-Nashik Semi High Speed ​​Rail Project

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Pune, India (Urban Transport News): The district administration of Pune has started the process of land acquisition for the 235.15 km Pune-Nashik semi high-speed rail corridor proposed earlier this year and the first procurement work of the entire project was completed on January 8, 2022.

Rohini Akhara-Phadtare, deputy collector of Pune, said, “The district collectorate has received proposals for land acquisition in 12 villages under Haveli tehsil, while land measurement has been completed in eight villages, while in two villages partially done. Has gone.”

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According to him the first land acquisition was of Deed Haveli Tehsil. District Collector Dr. Rajesh Deshmukh assisted Chandrakant Gangaram Kolte and Smita Kolte, who provided land in Perne village for the project.

“The project is important for transportation of agricultural produce, freight and passenger transport in Pune and Nashik districts and similar initiatives of farmers are needed to accelerate the project. The message that farmers are getting proper compensation for their land will be given through this first purchase,” said Dr Rajesh Deshmukh, District Collector.

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The Maharashtra government is offering owners five times the ready reckoner rate for land acquisition, while the building as well as other constructions will be paid two and a half times the assessed amount.

Maharashtra Railway Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (Maha-Rail), a special purpose vehicle, has been given the responsibility of implementing this long awaited semi high speed railway line. MahaRail is a joint venture between the Government of Maharashtra and the Ministry of Railways (under Government of India).

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The Pune-Nashik Semi High-Speed ​​Rail Corridor will pass through the districts of Pune, Ahmednagar and Nashik. It includes a total of 54 villages in the four taluks of Haveli, Khed, Ambegaon and Junnar in Pune district.

The stations in Pune district are Hadapsar, Manjari, Wagholi, Alandi, Chakan, Rajgurunagar, Manchar, Narayangaon, Aliphata. Major stations Chakan, Manchar and Narayangaon will be agricultural production and private freight terminals and Rajgurunagar station will be for passenger traffic only.

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The construction of the corridor will start after the land acquisition process is completed and approval from the central government. The estimated cost of the Pune-Nashik Semi High-Speed ​​Rail Project is Rs 16,039 crore. The Revised Detailed Project Report (DPR) of this project was approved by the Indian Railways in February 2020.

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