Supertech plans to construct approved towers in place of demolished towers

Supertech may construct a new one in place of the demolished towers in Noida.

Realty firm Supertech Limited is likely to construct a new one at the place of the demolished twin towers in the Emerald Court complex located in Sector-93 of Noida.

However, this time the new towers will be constructed only after getting necessary approvals from the Noida Authority and taking consent of the residents of the Emerald Court.

RK Arora, Managing Director of the company has given this information. In such a situation, now the hope of re-construction at this place has increased.


The towers were demolished on 27 August

Following the order of the Supreme Court, both the towers of 40 and 39 floors were demolished at 2:30 pm on August 27.

With this, the legal battle that had been going on for seven years over the construction of the towers also came to an end.

The Supreme Court had on February 7 directed Supertech and Edifice Engineering to comply with its orders in December. Supertech has suffered a loss of Rs 500 crore due to this action.

The housing scheme was approved by the Noida Authority in the year 2009- Arora

Arora news agency ANI “The towers are part of Supertech’s Emerald Court project and were built on the land allotted by the Noida Authority. This housing scheme was approved by the Noida Authority in the year 2009. They strictly followed all the building bye-laws. ”

He further added, “There was no malpractice in the housing scheme. It was constructed after making full payment to the authorities.”

95 percent paid to flat buyers in Twin Towers – Arora

“Supertech has paid Rs 17.5 crore out of the Rs 20 crore cost of demolition of the towers and has suffered a loss of Rs 500 crore from the demolition,” Arora said.

He said, “95 per cent have been paid to those who bought flats in towers. For the remaining five per cent, either land is being given to them or money is being given along with interest. We are following the orders of the Supreme Court.” ”

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Watch the video of the demolition of the towers here

Both towers were grounded in nine seconds

Both towers were detonated. For this, 3,500 kg of explosives was filled by drilling about 9,400 holes in both. This was the reason that both the towers were grounded in just nine seconds.

It took 12 minutes for the plume of dust to settle on the ground after the blast. Necessary steps were taken to avoid damage to the surrounding buildings.

The work of demolishing the towers was entrusted to the Edifice Engineering Agency.

Why were the towers brought down?

Supertech Builders constructed two new towers of 40 and 39 floors in the Emerald Court complex in Sector-93 of Noida between 2009 and 2012.

At the time of construction of both the 950 flat towers, the consent of the people already living there was not even taken and they were constructed on the way to the park.

Due to the short distance between the two towers, people were facing problems of light and air.

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