Dharavi project: Railways gives 50-acre plot to Maharashtra government


Dharavi project: Railways gives 50-acre plot to Maharashtra government

The Indian Railways and the Maharashtra government clinched a deal on Sunday under which the Railways will part with up to 50 acres of land held by it for the Dharavi redevelopment plan.

The agreement was finalised by Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Railways Minister Piyush Goyal and Railways Board Chairman Vinod Kumar Yadav in Mumbai, and will be announced in Delhi on Monday.

The 45-50 acres of land that the Railways has agreed to transfer is part of two parcels held by Western Railways and Central Railways in the Matunga-Mahim area measuring a total of 97 acres. Read More

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