The plantation of explosives at the Twin Towers in Noida which was scheduled to be demolished on August 21 has now been delayed. This happened after Central Building Research Institute (CBRI) sought series of papers to study.
Without the permission of CBRI, the demolition can’t take place.
“The agency has demanded reports on the structural safety of the nearby buildings, details of the explosions, details of the pit to absorb the shock and the steps taken to prevent any possible damage to any other buildings. Once the agency studies the report and gives us a nod, we will start the charging process, an engineer working on the project said to a news channel.
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During the last hearing, CBRI informed the Supreme Court that it is yet to get several reports on the blast design, ground vibration, post-demolition debris assessment, test blast, vibration monitoring report and dust cloud. Besides, the institute also sought details on the structural audit of nearby buildings from Supertech.
Additionally, police are yet to issue a no-objection certificate (NOC) for using explosives. According to officials, the NOC is likely to be granted by Tuesday.
“We are waiting to get clearance from the Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organization (PESO), which is expected within a day. As soon as we get that, the police NOC will be granted,” said Love Kumar, joint commissioner of police (law and order).