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Railways amongst high three sectors with delayed tasks

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Railways among top three sectors with delayed projects

Express News Service

NEW DELHI: The Indian Railways has emerged as one of many high three sectors with most delayed tasks. Over 100 tasks taken up for the execution in several components of the nation involving infrastructure are working late. The railways additionally has the utmost tasks among the many high 20 programmes with most delays within the nation. These railway tasks are delayed between 5 to fifteen years from their unique deadlines of completion.

According to the Infrastructure and Project Monitoring Division (IPMD) of the Ministry of Statistic and Programme Implementation, as many as 127 out of 211 railway tasks are working late (from three to fifteen years) owing to varied technical causes in addition to points associated to legislation & order and land acquisition.
A senior official stated the railways is among the high three sectors with the utmost delayed tasks within the nation after the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways with 301 out of 843 tasks and the Ministry of Petroleum with 91 out of 139 tasks delayed.

In a written reply within the Rajya Sabha a few days in the past, the IPMD acknowledged that the Bengaluru-Satyamangalam new rail line, projected at an preliminary price range of Rs 1,383 crore, had an preliminary date of completion in March 2002. However, it has overrun its anticipated date of completion to 2028.

The railways’ the Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla 272 km lengthy new line launched with an preliminary goal of completion in 2002 nevertheless it hasmissed its deadline and is now anticipated to finish in 2023 with a brand new anticipated price of Rs 37,061 crore from its unique price of Rs 2,500 crore.

In the identical method, the Kotipalli-Narsapur new rail line mission in Andhra Pradesh was launched with a 2009 deadline however it’s delayed with anticipated completion in 2027 with a revised price of Rs 2,120 crore from its unique Rs 1,045 crore.  Union Railway Minister Aswani Vaishnav stated that the delay in sharing the associated fee by the state authorities is ensuing in delay within the completion of railway tasks taken up by the Centre.

NEW DELHI: The Indian Railways has emerged as one of many high three sectors with most delayed tasks. Over 100 tasks taken up for the execution in several components of the nation involving infrastructure are working late. The railways additionally has the utmost tasks among the many high 20 programmes with most delays within the nation. These railway tasks are delayed between 5 to fifteen years from their unique deadlines of completion.

According to the Infrastructure and Project Monitoring Division (IPMD) of the Ministry of Statistic and Programme Implementation, as many as 127 out of 211 railway tasks are working late (from three to fifteen years) owing to varied technical causes in addition to points associated to legislation & order and land acquisition.
A senior official stated the railways is among the high three sectors with the utmost delayed tasks within the nation after the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways with 301 out of 843 tasks and the Ministry of Petroleum with 91 out of 139 tasks delayed.

In a written reply within the Rajya Sabha a few days in the past, the IPMD acknowledged that the Bengaluru-Satyamangalam new rail line, projected at an preliminary price range of Rs 1,383 crore, had an preliminary date of completion in March 2002. However, it has overrun its anticipated date of completion to 2028.

The railways’ the Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla 272 km lengthy new line launched with an preliminary goal of completion in 2002 nevertheless it hasmissed its deadline and is now anticipated to finish in 2023 with a brand new anticipated price of Rs 37,061 crore from its unique price of Rs 2,500 crore.

In the identical method, the Kotipalli-Narsapur new rail line mission in Andhra Pradesh was launched with a 2009 deadline however it’s delayed with anticipated completion in 2027 with a revised price of Rs 2,120 crore from its unique Rs 1,045 crore.  Union Railway Minister Aswani Vaishnav stated that the delay in sharing the associated fee by the state authorities is ensuing in delay within the completion of railway tasks taken up by the Centre.