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Demolition of the twin towers: the explosives did not reach the twin towers, which should arrive on Wednesday…

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Naida: The Supertech twin towers located in Sector 93A in Uttar Pradesh are due to be demolished on August 21. For this, explosives were to be kept in the pillars on Tuesday, but due to non-receipt of the NOC, the explosives did not reach Noida. According to reports, the explosives will reach the Supertech Twin Towers on Wednesday as the NOC could not be obtained from the Regional Explosives Controller’s Office located in Agra on Tuesday. From now on, the explosives will be placed under surveillance by the Palwal Police at 4am on Wednesday. Preparations are in full swing to obtain NOC for the installation of explosives in the pillars.

After obtaining the NOC, the explosives will be brought from Palwal under police protection in two vehicles from Wednesday morning. At the same time, gelatin sticks will come in one vehicle and detonators will come in the other vehicle, every day 200 kg of explosives will be installed daily. In total, 3700 kg of explosives will be brought. Explosive installation work will start from the upper tower. Along with this, all relevant departments have also been instructed to provide all documents to CBRI within 2 days, after which CBRI can study these documents and authorize the demolition action.

However, it is also said that there might be a change in the demolition dates of the buildings, but no official confirmation has been made so far. In fact, the two towers of Supertech (Apex and Cyan) will be demolished on August 21, for this all preparations are being finalized. Supertech and ATS Society will be completely evacuated on the day of the demolition of the two towers. About 5,000 people from the society can visit their local relatives from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The demolition process will begin at 2:30 p.m. and in about 7-8 seconds the entire building will be grounded. During the time this explosion occurs, there will be a power outage for 1 hour and no ship can fly in the sky for an hour. The police and NDRF will take control of the company after 8 a.m. on the day the tower is to be demolished.

Questions raised by the CBRI
The Central Building Research Institute has sent its questions to the Noida Authority on the preparation for the demolition of the twin towers. According to sources, the CBRI sent its letter with questions to the authority on Monday afternoon. There are 5 questions in there, to be answered by the builder Supertech and the agency working on the demolition of the tower. Noida Authority has sent a letter to the builder and the agency to respond to the issues raised by CBRI. Significantly, during the July 29 Supreme Court hearing, the CBRI said the builder and the agency were not providing the requested information. After that, the court had entrusted this responsibility to the authority.

Will not share on buildings
The CBRI’s main question relates to the vibration report prepared by the agency. This report was prepared based on test firings on April 10. The agency had handed him over to the authority and the CBRI on July 12. Based on this, it was claimed that all buildings within 30 meters of the Twin Tower would not be affected. If it’s too much, the plaster may crack. Structural audit is also not required in surrounding buildings. The CBRI asked for clarification of the position on other points, including the basis for this assertion.

Previously, this information had been sought by the CBRI from the builder and the agency, but the two had not obtained it. Also, on what basis did the agency assess the debris that came out after the tower was demolished. How much debris will be there and where it will go is also included in the CBRI questions. Some clarifications were also requested from the CBRI regarding the structural audit before and after demolition. CBRI demanded Rs 70 lakh as consultancy fees for the demolition of the twin towers. The court ordered the builder to pay the consultation fees.

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