GURGAON: The completion of the Chandu Bhudhera water treatment plant has hit a major roadblock with a dilapidated tomb of a Muslim saint inside the complex coming in the way of one of the underground water tanks, crucial to the plant. Top HUDA officials have also admitted that the tomb has become a hurdle for one of the tanks.
With the date of commissioning of the plant scheduled for the end of August, the HUDA officials are now frantically working for a feasible solution. "At the time of planning and designing the plant, it was already known that the tomb falls in the construction area but no decision was taken then. But now something has to be done," said a senior HUDA official. Read more
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