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Any update on the case pending in court for the bypass?
When is the maintenance period ending for L&T so that this can be handed over to NHAI for widening?
 

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Work on integrated bus stand begins amid unanswered questions

he way the Coimbatore Corporation has started the Vellalore integrated bus terminus project raises doubts if it will help decongest the city.

It will be constructed on 61.62 acre land near the Vellalore dump yard
On January 24, Municipal Administration Minister S.P. Velumani kick-started the work to construct an integrated bus terminus at Vellalore by participating in the ground-breaking ceremony.

The Coimbatore Corporation, with financial support from the State Government, will construct in the next two years the terminus on 61.62 acre land near its dump yard at ₹ 168 crore.

The State Government took over the project about four months ago after the Central Government attempted to build a bus port under the Bharat Mala scheme. Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami had made an announcement in this regard here in December 2017 that the Central Government would fund two bus port projects in the State – one in Salem and another in Coimbatore.

Consequent upon the Central Government’s decision, the Coimbatore Corporation shared with the National Highways the detailed project report it had prepared to construct a new bus stand. After a series of back and forth correspondences, the State Government decided to take over the project by funding 50% of the project cost. The Corporation was to bear the rest.


Sources familiar with the developments said, the National Highways’ queries related to the bus port project were what the Corporation proposed to do with the dump yard, which had around 19 lakh cubic metre accumulated waste, and the expansion of roads around the proposed bus port to ensure easy movement of buses.

As the State Government and the Corporation were insistent on having the bus port at Vellalore and as the National Highways was unhappy with the location, the Government decided to take over the project.

The sources said the Highways was concerned about the width of the Podanur-Chettipalayam Road being inadequate to accommodate the increased bus movement, the absence of wide roads from Vellalore to Singanallur and, similarly, from Vellalore to the Chengapalli-Walayar Bypass Road.

Minister Mr. Velumani, however, said that the Government decided to go ahead with the Corporation's plan to construct the bus terminus at Vellalore because it could not find an alternative land.

Further justifying the decision, he said the waste lying accumulated at the Vellalore yard would not be a problem as the Corporation would soon start processing it, and, the State Government had proposed to construct a grade separator (elevated corridor) from the Chengapalli-Walayar Bypass to the bus terminus.

If the State Government and Corporation had drawn such plans why was it that they were unable to respond satisfactorily to the queries the National Highways had raised, asked Coimbatore Consumer Cause secretary K. Kathirmathiyon.

The land that the Government and Corporation had finalised for the bus terminus would serve no purpose because connecting Vellalore to the city and roads that led to towns nearby would always be a problem.

By constructing the bus terminus at Vellalore, how does the Government or Corporation propose to serve buses from Mettupalayam, Sathyamangalam, Tiruppur or Erode. If the Government or Corporation did not have a plan, it only showed that they have not thought through the bus terminus plan in a comprehensive fashion but were interested only in constructing a new facility.

If buses from Mettupalayam or Sathyamangalam or Ooty were to pass through Gandhipuram to reach Vellalore, how would it ease congestion within the city, something that the Minister and the Corporation had been talking about as the prime objective behind the bus terminus project.

And, if the Government were to order the termination of all buses in Vellalore and introduce additional bus service to city, it would again lead to congestion.

Besides, the commuters would be forced to spend more – from their starting point to Vellalore and from there to the city, Mr. Kathirmathiyon pointed out.

Corporation officials, however, said they were yet to work out such operational details but proposed to do so within the two years it took to construct the terminus. Similarly, the Corporation was yet to talk to the State Highways for widening the approach roads to the terminus.

This was nothing short of the ‘cutting the foot to suit the boot’ approach, the consumer activist quipped. In addition to the location of the Vellalore bus terminus, the absence of proper connectivity, the possibility of commuters paying more, there was another issue that the Corporation seemed to be oblivious to.

The Madras High Court had in an order clearly said that buses to destinations less than 55 km would necessarily have to reach Gandhipuram. How the Corporation planned to get around this and given the others challenges, it seemed to have gone ahead with the bus terminus project without addressing all issues, he added.

https://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Coimbatore/work-on-integrated-bus-stand-begins-amid-unanswered-questions/article30660359.ece
 

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Work on integrated bus stand begins amid unanswered questions

he way the Coimbatore Corporation has started the Vellalore integrated bus terminus project raises doubts if it will help decongest the city.

It will be constructed on 61.62 acre land near the Vellalore dump yard
On January 24, Municipal Administration Minister S.P. Velumani kick-started the work to construct an integrated bus terminus at Vellalore by participating in the ground-breaking ceremony.

The Coimbatore Corporation, with financial support from the State Government, will construct in the next two years the terminus on 61.62 acre land near its dump yard at ₹ 168 crore.

The State Government took over the project about four months ago after the Central Government attempted to build a bus port under the Bharat Mala scheme. Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami had made an announcement in this regard here in December 2017 that the Central Government would fund two bus port projects in the State – one in Salem and another in Coimbatore.

Consequent upon the Central Government’s decision, the Coimbatore Corporation shared with the National Highways the detailed project report it had prepared to construct a new bus stand. After a series of back and forth correspondences, the State Government decided to take over the project by funding 50% of the project cost. The Corporation was to bear the rest.


Sources familiar with the developments said, the National Highways’ queries related to the bus port project were what the Corporation proposed to do with the dump yard, which had around 19 lakh cubic metre accumulated waste, and the expansion of roads around the proposed bus port to ensure easy movement of buses.

As the State Government and the Corporation were insistent on having the bus port at Vellalore and as the National Highways was unhappy with the location, the Government decided to take over the project.

The sources said the Highways was concerned about the width of the Podanur-Chettipalayam Road being inadequate to accommodate the increased bus movement, the absence of wide roads from Vellalore to Singanallur and, similarly, from Vellalore to the Chengapalli-Walayar Bypass Road.

Minister Mr. Velumani, however, said that the Government decided to go ahead with the Corporation's plan to construct the bus terminus at Vellalore because it could not find an alternative land.

Further justifying the decision, he said the waste lying accumulated at the Vellalore yard would not be a problem as the Corporation would soon start processing it, and, the State Government had proposed to construct a grade separator (elevated corridor) from the Chengapalli-Walayar Bypass to the bus terminus.

If the State Government and Corporation had drawn such plans why was it that they were unable to respond satisfactorily to the queries the National Highways had raised, asked Coimbatore Consumer Cause secretary K. Kathirmathiyon.

The land that the Government and Corporation had finalised for the bus terminus would serve no purpose because connecting Vellalore to the city and roads that led to towns nearby would always be a problem.

By constructing the bus terminus at Vellalore, how does the Government or Corporation propose to serve buses from Mettupalayam, Sathyamangalam, Tiruppur or Erode. If the Government or Corporation did not have a plan, it only showed that they have not thought through the bus terminus plan in a comprehensive fashion but were interested only in constructing a new facility.

If buses from Mettupalayam or Sathyamangalam or Ooty were to pass through Gandhipuram to reach Vellalore, how would it ease congestion within the city, something that the Minister and the Corporation had been talking about as the prime objective behind the bus terminus project.

And, if the Government were to order the termination of all buses in Vellalore and introduce additional bus service to city, it would again lead to congestion.

Besides, the commuters would be forced to spend more – from their starting point to Vellalore and from there to the city, Mr. Kathirmathiyon pointed out.

Corporation officials, however, said they were yet to work out such operational details but proposed to do so within the two years it took to construct the terminus. Similarly, the Corporation was yet to talk to the State Highways for widening the approach roads to the terminus.

This was nothing short of the ‘cutting the foot to suit the boot’ approach, the consumer activist quipped. In addition to the location of the Vellalore bus terminus, the absence of proper connectivity, the possibility of commuters paying more, there was another issue that the Corporation seemed to be oblivious to.

The Madras High Court had in an order clearly said that buses to destinations less than 55 km would necessarily have to reach Gandhipuram. How the Corporation planned to get around this and given the others challenges, it seemed to have gone ahead with the bus terminus project without addressing all issues, he added.

https://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Coimbatore/work-on-integrated-bus-stand-begins-amid-unanswered-questions/article30660359.ece


So easy to blame, but they won’t come up with alternative solution. All the roads surrounding the bus terminals are already marked for expansion.
 

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vellalore integrated bus stand

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May I know the working status of vellalore integrated bus stand. What are the proposals going for new road plans to connect the bus stand?
 

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https://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Coimbatore/vellalore-bus-stand-project-may-land-corporation-in-trouble/article30804402.ece


Vellalore bus stand project **MAY** ‘land’ Corporation in trouble


The land is in the possession of Coimbatore Integrated Waste Management Company Private Limited

Coimbatore Corporation has started work to build an integrated bus stand in Vellalore on a land that it does not possess. The Corporation is investing on the land around 50 % of the ₹ 168-crore project to develop the bus stand, spread over 61.62 acres, in its dump yard in Vellalore. But the Corporation had leased out the land and another 120 acre to the company that process a part of the city's waste, Coimbatore Integrated Waste Management Company Pvt. Ltd.(CIWMCPL).


The Corporation had leased out the land in 2008, for which the State Government issued an order – G.O. (Ms) 76 of May 9, 2008. Thereafter, the Corporation entered into a lease agreement with the CIWMCPL on October 6, 2008. The lease clearly says that the entire land (181 acre) shall be in the CIWMCPL’s possession for 20 years from the date of commissioning the waste management project.

Sources familiar with the development say that as CIWMCPL started operations on April 1, 2011, it will possess the land till 2031.

The CIWMCPL has established a waste processing plant on the land to manage nearly 50% of the city’s waste – around 500 tonnes a day, erected temporary sheds for its 150-odd workers, mostly migrant labourers, and built a school for their children.


Municipal Administration Minister S.P. Velumani kickstarted the bus stand project by participating in the ground-breaking ceremony on January 24.

Sources say that after the Minister kick started the construction, a few persons asked the CIWMCPL to vacate a part of the 181 acre that is in its possesses. In response, the company has complained to the Corporation and district administration.

Citing its lease agreement with the Corporation, the CIWMCPL has said that the land in its possession is integral to its waste management operation and disturbance will hamper its operations.



Clause 6 of the agreement says if CIWMCPL comes across any construction or encumbrance on the land in its possession it can ask the Corporation to clear it and the civic body will have a legal obligation to do so. If the Corporation fails, the company can go ahead to demolish the construction.

This, technically, means that the company can ask the Corporation to stop or demolish any construction and the latter will be obliged to do so, the sources say.

Further, Clause 13 of the lease agreement gives full, free and uninterrupted possession, enjoyment/occupation and use of the 181 acre to the CIWMCPL throughout the term, without any obstruction, interference or disturbance. And, more importantly in Clause 14 the Corporation guarantees the CIWMCPL that the grant of the 181 acre is irrevocable for as long as the waste management agreement remains in force and it shall not terminate or seek to terminate the agreement unless the concession agreement expires.

Pointing to these clauses, the sources say that unless the Corporation terminates its agreement with the company, it cannot take back possession of the land and that puts a question mark on what to do with the 500-odd tonnes waste that the company process everyday.

Criticising the Corporation for landing itself and the city's residents in such a situation, DMK MLA N. Karthik asks who is the Corporation trying to please by rushing through the project and it does not appear to be the public.

Consumer activist K. Kathirmathiyon says this yet again shows that the Corporation has not thought through the bus stand project. It has not consulted the public, who will be least benefited given the site chosen. This calls for a complete rethink of the project, he adds.
 

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https://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Coimbatore/vellalore-bus-stand-project-may-land-corporation-in-trouble/article30804402.ece


Vellalore bus stand project **MAY** ‘land’ Corporation in trouble


The land is in the possession of Coimbatore Integrated Waste Management Company Private Limited

Coimbatore Corporation has started work to build an integrated bus stand in Vellalore on a land that it does not possess. The Corporation is investing on the land around 50 % of the ₹ 168-crore project to develop the bus stand, spread over 61.62 acres, in its dump yard in Vellalore. But the Corporation had leased out the land and another 120 acre to the company that process a part of the city's waste, Coimbatore Integrated Waste Management Company Pvt. Ltd.(CIWMCPL).


The Corporation had leased out the land in 2008, for which the State Government issued an order – G.O. (Ms) 76 of May 9, 2008. Thereafter, the Corporation entered into a lease agreement with the CIWMCPL on October 6, 2008. The lease clearly says that the entire land (181 acre) shall be in the CIWMCPL’s possession for 20 years from the date of commissioning the waste management project.

Sources familiar with the development say that as CIWMCPL started operations on April 1, 2011, it will possess the land till 2031.

The CIWMCPL has established a waste processing plant on the land to manage nearly 50% of the city’s waste – around 500 tonnes a day, erected temporary sheds for its 150-odd workers, mostly migrant labourers, and built a school for their children.


Municipal Administration Minister S.P. Velumani kickstarted the bus stand project by participating in the ground-breaking ceremony on January 24.

Sources say that after the Minister kick started the construction, a few persons asked the CIWMCPL to vacate a part of the 181 acre that is in its possesses. In response, the company has complained to the Corporation and district administration.

Citing its lease agreement with the Corporation, the CIWMCPL has said that the land in its possession is integral to its waste management operation and disturbance will hamper its operations.



Clause 6 of the agreement says if CIWMCPL comes across any construction or encumbrance on the land in its possession it can ask the Corporation to clear it and the civic body will have a legal obligation to do so. If the Corporation fails, the company can go ahead to demolish the construction.

This, technically, means that the company can ask the Corporation to stop or demolish any construction and the latter will be obliged to do so, the sources say.

Further, Clause 13 of the lease agreement gives full, free and uninterrupted possession, enjoyment/occupation and use of the 181 acre to the CIWMCPL throughout the term, without any obstruction, interference or disturbance. And, more importantly in Clause 14 the Corporation guarantees the CIWMCPL that the grant of the 181 acre is irrevocable for as long as the waste management agreement remains in force and it shall not terminate or seek to terminate the agreement unless the concession agreement expires.

Pointing to these clauses, the sources say that unless the Corporation terminates its agreement with the company, it cannot take back possession of the land and that puts a question mark on what to do with the 500-odd tonnes waste that the company process everyday.

Criticising the Corporation for landing itself and the city's residents in such a situation, DMK MLA N. Karthik asks who is the Corporation trying to please by rushing through the project and it does not appear to be the public.

Consumer activist K. Kathirmathiyon says this yet again shows that the Corporation has not thought through the bus stand project. It has not consulted the public, who will be least benefited given the site chosen. This calls for a complete rethink of the project, he adds.
Then how it will be constructed there???

They have the rights to demolish the construction of it starts
 

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Then how it will be constructed there???

They have the rights to demolish the construction of it starts


They have 1000 acres and just 181 acres were leased

Best case - cancel the lease and start the construction

Worst case - construct in any remaining area

MLA Karthik and Kathirmathiyon creating problem from day 1.
 

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If the land is disputed then the present Govt has wasted time, resource, money in terms of planning, dpr, tender etc. But if the land do not have any issue then there are some vested interest against this project. It is better not to name any individual until there is enough proof.

Media now raising the question? Not sure why they did not do the same before? Its a disgrace that the media is not working based on proof, rather working based on political parties(ruling and opposition) speeches and statements. Now the only concernfor them is the TRP and advertisement and not the quality news.

Now its the duty of the ruling Govt to come up with explanation.. Lets wait and watch rather then jumping to any conclusion.
 

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They have 1000 acres and just 181 acres were leased

Best case - cancel the lease and start the construction

Worst case - construct in any remaining area

MLA Karthik and Kathirmathiyon creating problem from day 1.
Mla karthik is greedy person
He didn't want this project to takeoff
Total 1000 acres belongs to govt
No worry about 181 acres
 

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In my view the CBE organisations and activists are against CBE developments with vested interests. They want all trains to come to CBE junction. They want all buses to start from Gandhipuram. Now I have doubt these organizations are behind the delay in land acquisition for airport.
 

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There are some knowledge, doubts, questions, information regarding VIBS I like to share.
1. I have no issue on government choosing the area coz there is no pressure for land acquisition, and this place would be the maximum closest to perfect place u can get in Coimbatore without any trouble and also this area has lot of positives like easy transportation facilities to Trichy, Kerala, Pollachi, Tirupur, dinduigal etc.
2. And major positive is the corporation holds huge land mass so there will not be any problem for construction of road lanes and other facilities attached to the bus stand in future.
3. Lot of people are commenting to construct bus stand at Gandhipuram (like prison area) which is heart of the city. First of all Gandhipuram is not the heart of city, you know in 60's Gandhipuram was a Seema karuvela kaadu, my grandfather was asked to buy a land for 1500 rs which he refused bcoz of the area appearance, stupid move right. Coming back, exchange of prison for bus stand is terrible idea, coz govt need to first demolish it then building a new prison then transferring the prisoners then building a bus stand there which will never happen eventhough it happens the bus stand is transferred from Gandhipuram is to create less traffic in the city. First of all there is no problem with current bus stand in Gandhipuram, the problem is outside the bus stand where roads are extremely congested in most of the times. Gandhipuram city is getting risky day by day since the roads are not suitable for buses anymore it's already very difficult for buses to enter and exit, if it's slipped out of the hands it will become disaster for the future transportation, so it will be smart to build outer the city. But there's where the problem starts.
1. The location is good but the problem is connectivity to the bus stand from other parts, since the bus stand is in podanur- chettipalayam road it's very difficult to transport route bus from ukkadam, Gandhipuram coz the current roads are very narrow but there are possibilities to extend them except at a important road near podanur junction which is very narrow and very hard to extend since there is temple, mosque and church on the roadside along with banks and lot of buildings, I do not know how govt is going to figure it out or else they make a two route for entry and exit. I don't know. And also I think the MTP bus stand should be active coz it will be long distance for them to reach the vellalore since it's unnecessary, except the drivers and conductors are ready to drive since they can utilise the facilities of new bus stand
2. Lot of u are upset about the dumpyard I agree with u but that's why corporation has that land, there's no way corporation could hold this much land without a dumpyard, it's impossible to construct a bus stand without clearing the dump yard coz it's not a normal dumpyard it's very huge and been dumped for decades, most percentage of cities garbage is dumped there like it has mountain, they say it contains 15 lakh metric tonnes of wastes along with medical wastes from city and even from other states. So it must be evacuated and made environment friendly which is very important and difficult but not impossible coz bio mining is planned which is very successful process previously accomplished in Kumbakonam.
And also there's couple of big ponds inside the dump yard, I don't know what's the plan about that.
3. Now a new issue is started by the Hindu newspaper that a private company is holding the land for lease upto 2031, so its against agreement if government trespass and they have right to demolish any construction with help of corporation where here the corporation is funding for the construction. But the question is do the government without knowing about it started to announce in assembly, prepared plan, get approval, and even did foundation ceremony??? If yes untill then where was that private companies voice? They never voiced out anything! So there's confusion about the news article, knowing our government I'm sure they never care about school or something.
I think the government can terminate the lease with them and or planned to change the location of dumpyard. If they some other location they can sort out the school issue too which will be good.
And by the way don't care about what MLA Karthik says coz he's pissed off on removing singanallur bus stand.
At last to conclusions, if this project is successfully done then it'll be a huge inspiration and role model for entire nation by converting a massive dumpyard into a a bus stand. It'll be a great achievement. Hope and pray it happens.
 

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Fifth corridor of metro rail to connect Vellalore & Ukkadam

https://m.timesofindia.com/city/coimbatore/fifth-corridor-of-metro-rail-to-connect-vellalore-ukkadam/amp_articleshow/74181408.cms


Coimbatore: Chennai Metro Rail Limited (CMRL), which conducted a feasibility study for the Coimbatore metro rail project, has decided to create a fifth corridor to connect Vellalore and Ukkadam. It has also identified two places, at Press Colony near Periyanaickenpalayam and Chinniyampalayam,

to station the trains.
CMRL had selected engineering and consulting firm Systra to conduct feasibility study for implementing the project in the city. The feasibility report suggested four corridors. The first corridor would be 26-kilometre long between Ukkadam and Kaniyur. The second would cover 24 kilometres between Ukkadam and Bilichi near Karamadai on the Mettupalayam Road. The third corridor will cover 42 kilometres between Thanneerpandal on Thadagam Road and Karanampettai on Trichy Road and the fourth will cover 44 kilometres between Karunya Nagar and Ganeshapuram.

Now, CMRL has decided to create a fifth corridor, which will be 11 kilometres long, to connect the integrated bus stand to be constructed at Vellalore at an estimated cost of 178.26 crore, to Ukkadam. “After shifting the bus stand to Vellalore, metro train service from Vellalore to Ukkadam would help commuters reach the city easily,” an official said.

CMRL has identified a plot at Press Colony that belongs to the Union government to station metro trains, apart from a place at Chinniyampalayam. “After getting financial sanction for land acquisition, the revenue department will help CMRL acquire the lands to station the trains,” the official added.

The private firm had submitted details of the development work to be implemented in the city for the metro project to the district administration and the city corporation last November.




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பஸ் ஸ்டாண்டுக்கு நிலம்; கிளம்பியது பூதம்! பழைய ஒப்பந்தத்தை தூசு தட்டுகிறது மாநகராட்சி



கோவை:வெள்ளலுாரில், 61.62 ஏக்கரில் ஒருங்கிணைந்த பஸ் ஸ்டாண்ட் கட்டுவதற்கு நிலம் தேர்வு செய்வதில் சர்ச்சை கிளம்பியுள்ளது.வெள்ளலுார் கழிவு நீர் பண்ணை வளாகத்தில், 61.62 ஏக்கரில், ரூ.168 கோடியில், ஒருங்கிணைந்த பஸ் ஸ்டாண்ட் கட்டப்படுகிறது.இவ்வளாகத்தில் செயல்படும், குப்பையை தரம் பிரிக்கும் ஒரு நிறுவனத்துக்கு, 20 ஆண்டு குத்தகை அடிப்படையில், சுமார், 120 ஏக்கர் ஏற்கனவே வழங்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.
அதன் ஒரு பகுதியில், தொழிலாளர்களின் குழந்தைகளுக்கு, சிறப்பு பள்ளி நடத்தப்படுகிறது.தற்போது பஸ் ஸ்டாண்ட் கட்ட தேர்வு செய்துள்ள இடத்தில், அச்சிறப்பு பள்ளி இருப்பதால், வேறிடத்துக்கு மாற்ற, மாநகராட்சி அறிவுறுத்தியது.20 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு குத்தகைக்கு வழங்கியிருக்கும்போது, அவ்விடத்தை இடைப்பட்ட காலத்துக்குள் கையகப்படுத்தினால், குப்பை கையாள சிரமம் ஏற்படும் என, அந்நிறுவனம் தரப்பில், மாவட்ட கலெக்டரிடமும், மாநகராட்சி கமிஷனரிடமும் கடிதம் கொடுக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.இதைத்தொடர்ந்து, அந்நிறுவனத்திடம் செய்துள்ள ஒப்பந்த ஆவணங்களை, மாநகராட்சி அதிகாரிகள் ஆய்வு செய்து வருகின்றனர்.மாநகராட்சி அதிகாரிகள் கூறியதாவது:வெள்ளலுார் பஸ் ஸ்டாண்ட் நுழைவாயில், கழிவு நீர் பண்ணை வளாகத்தின் முகப்பில் வருகிறது. பஸ் வெளியேறும் பகுதி, செட்டிபாளையம் ரோட்டில் அமைகிறது.


நுழைவாயில் அருகே சற்றுத்தள்ளி, குப்பை மேலாண்மை நிறுவனத்தின் சார்பில், அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ள சிறப்பு பள்ளி உள்ளது.அந்நிறுவன வளாகத்தின் வேறொரு பகுதியில், பள்ளியை மாற்றி அமைக்க அறிவுறுத்தினோம். குத்தகைக்கு மட்டுமே நிலம் வழங்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. அந்நிறுவனத்துக்கு சொந்தமானது அல்ல. குத்தகை பணம் நிலுவை வைத்திருப்பது தெரியவந்துள்ளது. குத்தகையை ரத்து செய்து, நிலத்தை மாநகராட்சி கையகப்படுத்தலாம்.குப்பையை கையாள, போதுமான இடம் இருக்கிறது; பழைய குப்பையை 'பயோமைனிங்' முறையில் அழிக்க இருக்கிறோம். அவ்விடம் காலியாகும். அதனால், பஸ் ஸ்டாண்டுக்கு தேவையான நிலம் இருக்கிறது; பிரச்னையில்லை.இவ்வாறு, அவர்கள் கூறினர்.
 

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பஸ் ஸ்டாண்டுக்கு நிலம்; கிளம்பியது பூதம்! பழைய ஒப்பந்தத்தை தூசு தட்டுகிறது மாநகராட்சி கோவை:வெள்ளலுாரில், 61.62 ஏக்கரில் ஒருங்கிணைந்த பஸ் ஸ்டாண்ட் கட்டுவதற்கு நிலம் தேர்வு செய்வதில் சர்ச்சை கிளம்பியுள்ளது.வெள்ளலுார் கழிவு நீர் பண்ணை வளாகத்தில், 61.62 ஏக்கரில், ரூ.168 கோடியில், ஒருங்கிணைந்த பஸ் ஸ்டாண்ட் கட்டப்படுகிறது.இவ்வளாகத்தில் செயல்படும், குப்பையை தரம் பிரிக்கும் ஒரு நிறுவனத்துக்கு, 20 ஆண்டு குத்தகை அடிப்படையில், சுமார், 120 ஏக்கர் ஏற்கனவே வழங்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. அதன் ஒரு பகுதியில், தொழிலாளர்களின் குழந்தைகளுக்கு, சிறப்பு பள்ளி நடத்தப்படுகிறது.தற்போது பஸ் ஸ்டாண்ட் கட்ட தேர்வு செய்துள்ள இடத்தில், அச்சிறப்பு பள்ளி இருப்பதால், வேறிடத்துக்கு மாற்ற, மாநகராட்சி அறிவுறுத்தியது.20 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு குத்தகைக்கு வழங்கியிருக்கும்போது, அவ்விடத்தை இடைப்பட்ட காலத்துக்குள் கையகப்படுத்தினால், குப்பை கையாள சிரமம் ஏற்படும் என, அந்நிறுவனம் தரப்பில், மாவட்ட கலெக்டரிடமும், மாநகராட்சி கமிஷனரிடமும் கடிதம் கொடுக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.இதைத்தொடர்ந்து, அந்நிறுவனத்திடம் செய்துள்ள ஒப்பந்த ஆவணங்களை, மாநகராட்சி அதிகாரிகள் ஆய்வு செய்து வருகின்றனர்.மாநகராட்சி அதிகாரிகள் கூறியதாவது:வெள்ளலுார் பஸ் ஸ்டாண்ட் நுழைவாயில், கழிவு நீர் பண்ணை வளாகத்தின் முகப்பில் வருகிறது. பஸ் வெளியேறும் பகுதி, செட்டிபாளையம் ரோட்டில் அமைகிறது. நுழைவாயில் அருகே சற்றுத்தள்ளி, குப்பை மேலாண்மை நிறுவனத்தின் சார்பில், அமைக்கப்பட்டுள்ள சிறப்பு பள்ளி உள்ளது.அந்நிறுவன வளாகத்தின் வேறொரு பகுதியில், பள்ளியை மாற்றி அமைக்க அறிவுறுத்தினோம். குத்தகைக்கு மட்டுமே நிலம் வழங்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. அந்நிறுவனத்துக்கு சொந்தமானது அல்ல. குத்தகை பணம் நிலுவை வைத்திருப்பது தெரியவந்துள்ளது. குத்தகையை ரத்து செய்து, நிலத்தை மாநகராட்சி கையகப்படுத்தலாம்.குப்பையை கையாள, போதுமான இடம் இருக்கிறது; பழைய குப்பையை 'பயோமைனிங்' முறையில் அழிக்க இருக்கிறோம். அவ்விடம் காலியாகும். அதனால், பஸ் ஸ்டாண்டுக்கு தேவையான நிலம் இருக்கிறது; பிரச்னையில்லை.இவ்வாறு, அவர்கள் கூறினர்.

Bro, two doubts
1. If the old wastes cleared by biomining, what about the new wastes?
What will the government do with the daily wastes after the construction of bus stand. It seems Coimbatore producing 600 tonnes of wastes daily what about that?
2. After completion of bus stand can the corporation sell the near by lands that belong to them. If yes then they can easily break even the project cost?
 
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