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The soil tests for the Patna Metro rail project (PMRC) are going on in full swing on its north-south corridor between Rajendra Nagar and Interstate Bus Terminus (ISBT) depot. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has assigned the work to a Rajasthan-based firm, which was the lowest bidder.
DMRC is the executing agency of the Patna Metro rail project. Urban Development and Housing Department (UDHD) special secretary Sanjay Dayal told on Friday that soil tests started a fortnight back. “It has been started from Rajendra Nagar to ISBT via Malahi Pakri and Bypass.
Work on the east-west corridor from Danapur to Patna Junction will also be taken up without delay. Once the soil tests report comes, tender for construction work will be floated,” said Dayal, adding, “It will take six months to award the construction work.
This article first appeared on www.metrorailnews.in
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