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Pune-Nashik Semi High Speed ​​Rail Line, Pune-Nashik Railway crack will be released tomorrow? Village count in Haveli, Khed is still incomplete – Pune-Nashik railway issue is likely to be resolved



Pune: The issue in the progress of the Pune-Nashik Semi High Speed ​​​​Rail route is expected to be resolved tomorrow, Friday, January 27. Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis will have a meeting with Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, during which the crackdown on the Pune-Nashik Railway is voiced.

The Pune-Nashik Semi-Rapid Train project is considered as a project linking the districts of Pune, Nagar and Nashik. Thanks to this project, three districts will now be linked together. Apart from that, it will be convenient for passengers to come and go in this area; In addition, this road will be important in terms of industry in these areas. In “Pune Superfast” program organized by “Maharashtra Times”, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis was asked about this “Pune-Nashik Semi High Speed” train. At the time, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis promised to resolve the issue by holding a meeting with the Minister of Railways this month. Accordingly, a meeting with the Central Minister of Railways has been scheduled for tomorrow, Friday. Therefore, attention has been drawn to this meeting.

Count of seven villages completed in Haveli

The project runs through 12 villages of Haveli Taluka for Pune-Nashik Semi High Speed ​​Railway. The count of seven villages is over. The process of counting the other villages will soon be completed; In addition, authorization has been requested from the town planning department for two villages. One of them is the withholding of authorization centers; Moreover, according to the new alignment, the acquisition process is complete, said Rohini Akhade, Head of Haveli Land Acquisition.

Counting in the village in a month and a half

This railway line will cross a total of 21 villages of Khed taluka. Of the 12 villages, Kelgaon was cancelled. There is a Ministry of Defense bomb-making unit in these villages. Therefore, the army refused to take the railway to this place. Consequently, the alignment passing through these villages has been modified. As a result, the route will pass through Bhose village instead of Kelgaon. The enumeration process in these villages has not yet started. Objections and suggestions will be invited after the start of the counting process. After this hearing will take place and a new process will be launched. Meanwhile, Khed taluka land acquisition officer Vikram Chavan said the process of determining land rates in these villages will also be completed.