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Owners of properties in Kasturinagar have demanded that Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) acquire whole properties for the Namma Metro project. They fear that the partial acquisition of their properties will cause hardship and result in financial losses too.
BMRCL has reportedly identified several properties on the Ring Road in Kasturinagar to build the metro elevated line as part of the K.R. Puram to Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) route. Property owners, in their requisition to BMRCL, said the present width of the road, where BMRCL is planning to build the elevated line, is 18 ft on the southern side and 28 ft on the northern side. Building metro piers would worsen traffic congestion, they added.
The owners also claimed that the presence of a water pipeline under the road and hard rock will make the construction a difficult task for BMRCL.
This article first appeared on www.metrorailnews.in
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