In a major victory to citizens, the proposed Rs 1,761 crore steel flyover in Bengaluru has been scrapped following opposition from environmentalists and rights groups who claimed that more than 800 trees will be cut for the project.
As protests mounted against the project, Bengaluru Development Minister K J George told ANI that the steel flyover will not be constructed. “The plan has been cancelled,” he said.
The 6.72 Km long flyover project by Bengaluru Development Authority (BDA) was meant to decongest city traffic.
The project faced opposition as it allegedly involved felling of over 800 trees. Farmers too had opposed the project. Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium too had reportedly said that ramps may block the view of the sky. Read More…
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