Construction of new PM residence likely to begin in August after slight delay caused by pandemic
NEW DELHI: The Central Public Works Department (CPWD) is likely to take up construction of the new PM Residence (PMR) in August, which marks a slight delay on earlier plans, after shifting offices in hutments at Dalhousie Road near South Block, to the two new office buildings in Africa Avenue and K G Marg.
新德里：中央公共工程部(CPWD)或于8月开始建新的总理官邸(PMR)，较早前的计划略有延迟，先把在南街区附近的Dalhousie路临时营房的办公室搬到Africa Avenue和K G Marg的两座新办公楼。
As per the master plan submitted to the expert appraisal committee for environment clearance, which has received the go ahead, the PMR will come up on 15 acres and will have 10 low rise buildings of not more than two floors. The PMR will not have any basement, according to the CPWD’s proposal. Sources said the PMR will be a complete complex for the PM’s residence and PMO.
According to the plan, the PMR complex will have a facility for parking 112 vehicles and will accommodate around 1,000 employees. The daily floating population is estimated to be 500. The SPG building for PM’s security will come up close to PMR on a 2.5 acre plot. There will be only one building with a basement. It will have parking space for 175 vehicles. CPWD had not submitted the details of the budget to be spent for PMR while the total project cost for the Central Vista redevelopment is Rs 13,400 crore. This excludes the cost of Parliament and redevelopment of Rajpath.
Though CPWD had proposed to complete the PMR and SPG building by December in its proposal submitted in January this year, the work plan has been delayed due to the second wave of Covid. “There was a plan to complete the two new buildings in Africa Avenue and K G Marg by April-May and hence esting offices in hutments could be shifted for the construction of PMR. But these have been delayed and we expect shifting of offices may start by August and the bids for construction of PMR and SPG building can be floated by then,” said a source.
虽然CPWD在今年1月提交的建议书中建议在12月前完成PMR和SPG大楼的建设，但由于第二波新冠肺炎疫情，计划被推迟。消息称：“有一项计划是在4月至5月完成位于Africa Avenue和K G Marg的两栋新建筑，因此在临时营房中的现有办公室可以搬过去。但这些都被推迟了，我们预计办公地点的搬迁可能在8月开始，届时PMR和SPG大楼的建设投标就可以进行。”
There should be no delay here. While millions can be left to die because of delay of basic Healthcare like oxygen. What a fa ist country has this become
House built over dead bodies and the curse of millions will not prosper
Modi is now the most hated man worldwide. he is building his new house on top of the thousands of graves
"Shaitaan Ka Makbara" in making, where tourist will throw stones, as is being built on millions dead bodies of innocent Indian citizens.
In no other country of such poor economic status would this happen: that too when the corona is taking toll of lives and livelihood of millions of Indians. Do they have human hearts?!
just a few weeks ago garbage Modi took out his begging bowl and started asking his neighbours for donations. now hes using our covid money to build himself a new house and parliament. wah
Wah bhy Wah! First two Boeing 777 ERs with specially built for VVIP travel. Next to this fancy resi ntial complex, next a tunnel from this resi ntial complex to the new parliament building. This guy Modi seems to be behaving like a dic or now doubt building fancy pces from himself?
a A good PM wants to save money and service this Nation. why spend money on such things?
Waste of public money on this fool feeku
play with April
yes.. yes.. yes.. our hard working PM needs Home.... he works 30 hours in a day... for how long he will work from old home... aftwrall he is the only deshbhakt and nationalist left in the country....... who cares of people...who cares...
wastage of tax payers money, what is the need of this.
Wonder who will be next to occupy?.
as an honest taxpayer, we deserve answers to few questions.
What was the problem in old PMR or old Parliament bldg. After these new constructions, what will happen to the old bldgs. How they will be used for betterment of citizens.
The PM has the audacity to spend money on his home, MP's house and other useless expenses at a time when hundreds of Indians are dying due to mismanagement and ill treatment of the authority.
He is no different than other auth rian leaders, like Erdogan of Turkey, Orban of Hungary and now departing Netanyahu of Israel.. The money could be more wisely spent improving quality of life of Delhi’s citizens, reducing pollution and providing clean water.
Its a telling sign that the leader has become a dic or when he starts building statues while his subjects suffer.
Narendra Kumar Varma
As expressed by him in his on 15 August 2019 reduction of population of the country seems to be his prime objective so forget the vaccines and hospitals.
The timing is spectacular. He is truly the new Marie Antoinette. Let them eat cake!
What about exorbitant petrol prices
This will not last for long as anything build on top of the mass graves of innocent people will one day fall