The construction of Golambar (rotary) has started near Karbigahia in Patna. When the rotary is built, three flyovers will meet each other there. With this, there will be convenience in commuting from the city towards New Bypass and Kankarbagh. Due to non-availability of four decimal land, the work of rotary construction was interrupted for the last two years. After the completion of the hearing process by the DM, the process of land acquisition has started. The work of evacuating the remaining structures in the part of the obstructed land is going on. Along with this, the construction of incomplete piling has also started. The official source told that a lot of the four decimal land was vacant. Due to lack of structure in some part, the work was stopped. The rest of the land is being acquired.
Three flyovers will be found on Golambar
Three flyovers will be found near Karbighia Golambar (Rotary). To connect the Kankarbagh flyover going towards the new bypass, new flyovers and GPO flyovers will be constructed via Karbigahia. Due to non-availability of four decimal land, the construction work of Golambar was interrupted. Due to this, the work of flyover connecting New Bypass, Kankarbagh and GPO was stopped. The flyover has to be connected to it when the roundabout is built.
Waiting for revised estimate to add flyover
The source said that the revised estimate is awaited to connect the flyover. There is a plan to connect the flyover leading to the new bypass to the GPO flyover from above. An estimate is being prepared regarding the expenditure to be incurred on its construction.
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Construction work was interrupted for two years
The work of Golambar, to be built 150 meters west of Karbigahia side of Patna Junction, was stalled for two years. The district administration had vacated the land near Golambar. After this, after the work of two pilings, the work of the third piling was obstructed due to the presence of a house on the east side adjacent to the construction site. There the work was interrupted due to non-receipt of compensation amount by the ryot. However, the compensation amount was deposited with the district administration on behalf of the Bridge Construction Corporation. On investigation by the district administration, the compensation was not paid due to the ryot’s claim being declared wrong. Against this, the ryot went to the High Court, after which the High Court stayed the construction work. The High Court had ordered the DM to conduct the hearing. After which the DM held a hearing and the process of acquisition started.
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