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5/31/21

Court rejects petition opposing Modi's dream project, instead imposes Rs 1 lakh fine on petitioner

No break on Central Vista project:  Court rejects petition opposing Modi's dream project, instead imposes Rs 1 lakh fine on petitioner






Since April 19, 400 workers have been working here, currently 250 workers are working here



The petition seeking stay of the Central Vista project was rejected by the Delhi High Court. The court also imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh on the petitioner. Earlier, the Center had filed its reply in the Delhi High Court seeking dismissal of the petition and imposition of fine on the person filing the petition.

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Center, which currently employs 250 workers here , said that false excuses of public interest and national interest have been made to stop the work of the project. This is an abuse of the legal process of filing an application. There is a trick to postponing the work of this project. In the affidavit, the Center said that the DDMA (Delhi Disaster Management Authority) had issued an order on April 19, 2021, in which construction work could be continued at the places where laborers reside during the curfew period. Since April 19, 400 workers have been working here. There are currently 250 laborers working here. They just stay there.

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These three issues will also be heard,
along with three cases related to the Corona epidemic, which will be heard in court on Monday. The Supreme Court will also hear an application seeking cancellation of CBSE-ICSE exams. The Supreme Court will also hear a case today in connection with the supply of oxygen and vaccines amid the Corona epidemic.

Court's knowledge on oxygen crisis The oxygen crisis
erupted during the second wave of the Corona epidemic in the country, which led the Supreme Court to gather more information on this. The trial is set to begin on May 31. Justice Chandrachud, Justice L. A bench of Justices Nageshwar Rao and SR Bhatt will hear the case. Justice Chandrachud Korona was infected before the hearing of the case, due to which the hearing was postponed in the past, but now he has recovered.

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What is Central Vista?
New Delhi, designed by British architect Edwin Lutyens, came into existence in 1911, followed by the construction of the present Parliament House building during 1921-27. The area from India Gate to Rashtrapati Bhavan was selected for renovation and renamed as Central Vista. This area of ​​New Delhi has been known by this name ever since. The Central Government has identified the area as the Central Vista Project in the name of the area, including the renovation of the old Parliament House and the construction of a new building.



Tata wins contract
Tata has won a contract to build a new parliament building. Rs. 865 crore will be spent. The new parliament will be built on state plot number 118. The entire project was designed by architect Bimal Patel. Under the project, in addition to the new parliament, 10 buildings will be constructed around India Gate, which will house 51 ministry offices.

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Who is Bimal Patel?
Bimal Patel is a well known name in the world of architecture. His company HCP Design, Planning and Management Pvt. Ltd. has done many important projects for the Government of Gujarat and the Government of India. Ahmedabad's Riverfront Project, Kankaria Redevelopment, Rajkot Racecourse Redevelopment, RBI Ahmedabad, Gujarat High Court, IIM Ahmedabad, IIT Jodhpur. He has over 35 years of experience and has been awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India.

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Looking at the new-old buildings together will give a diamond look,
Bimal Patel said, adding that the entire project will consist of two triangular buildings on either side of the old building. The old parliament building is round in shape, while the new building is in the shape of a triangle and because of this, if you look at the new and old buildings together, it will look like a diamond. The main purpose of building Victory House is to build state-of-the-art facilities for Parliament. Currently both buildings are to be used, but the new building will play an important role in the future.



Important aspects of a new building

The proposed Central Vista will be next to the existing Parliament building and the two buildings will work together.
At present, the Lok Sabha can seat 590 people. The new parliament will have a seating capacity of 888 and the public gallery will have a seating capacity of more than 336.
The Rajya Sabha currently has a seating capacity of 280, which will increase to 384 and the public gallery will be able to seat more than 336 people.
The Lok Sabha hall will be able to seat more than 1,272 people during the joint session of the two houses.
The Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha will have state-of-the-art comfortable seating arrangements for all members to sit on, equivalent to a high-tech office with audio-visual equipment.
There will be a separate office for each important function of Parliament. There will be a high-tech office facility for every officer and employee.
The caf અને and dining facilities will also be modern and spacious.
The separate rooms of the committee meeting will be equipped with high-tech equipment.
Common rooms, lounge for women and VIP lounge.




These 8 things will be special in the new project

The new parliament building will be with high energy efficiency. It will also get a green building rating.
The Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha halls will have extremely high quality acoustics.
Zone-5 safety standards have been adopted for the safety of the building.
Air conditioning, lighting, electrical equipment will be easily upgraded.
The building can be easily maintained and operated.
There will be an underground entrance for VVIP, while there will be an entry from the ground floor for the public and officials.
Special care has been taken to ensure that the disabled person can easily use this building.
An emergency exit from the hall will be maintained in an emergency.



Part of the old building will be demolished and
rebuilt, Patel said in an earlier interview. This includes parts including Krishi Bhavan, Shastri Bhavan.

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