November 29, 2021

Metro Car Shed in Mumbai: Maharashtra Government Take Back Order of Land Allotment Bombay High Court Maintain Status Quo


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mumbai
Updated Wed, 16 Dec 2020 12:02 PM IST

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The Bombay High Court has stayed the disputed metro car shed project in Mumbai. This order is considered a setback to the Uddhav Thackeray government of Maharashtra. There was a dispute over the construction of this project in Aarey last year. It was then decided to make it on the Kanjur route. Now the High Court has stayed it. Highcart has asked the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) to maintain the status quo.

The metro car shed was to be constructed on Kanjur Marg in Mumbai after stiff opposition to build a shed on safe forest land in Aarey. Now the Maharashtra government has agreed to withdraw the order issued on October 15, 2020, regarding the allocation of land for the construction of the shed.

During the last hearing, the state government agreed to listen to other parties. The state government had said that the decision of the Mumbai Collector was as per rules, despite this the state government is ready to listen to other parties.

In this case, the central government said that the decision of the Mumbai Collector is not as per the rules. It should be rejected. Private developer Goradia of Mumbai also demanded an immediate halt to MMRDA’s Kanjurmarg Metro car shed project.

The Bombay High Court has stayed the disputed metro car shed project in Mumbai. This order is considered a setback to the Uddhav Thackeray government of Maharashtra. There was a dispute over the construction of this project in Aarey last year. It was then decided to make it on the Kanjur route. Now the High Court has stayed it. Highcart has asked the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) to maintain the status quo.

The metro car shed was to be constructed on Kanjur Marg in Mumbai after stiff opposition to build a shed on safe forest land in Aarey. Now the Maharashtra government has agreed to withdraw the order issued on October 15, 2020, regarding the allocation of land for the construction of the shed.

During the last hearing, the state government agreed to listen to other parties. The state government had said that the decision of the Mumbai Collector was as per rules, despite this the state government is ready to listen to other parties. In this case, the central government said that the decision of the Mumbai Collector is not as per the rules. It should be rejected. Private developer Goradia of Mumbai also demanded an immediate halt to MMRDA’s Kanjurmarg Metro car shed project.




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