Bullet Train India: For Mumbai-Ahmedabad route NHSRCL to float over 20 tenders worth Rs 88,000 Crore: You all should know that the Bullet project is about to kick start in India. The National High-Speed Corporation Limited is going to launch 20 tenders for the bullet train project by January next year and they’ll cost around 88,000 Cr in India. Overall, you all can get the tenders will put for the coaches, infrastructure, signaling, technology, among others. This first phase is out for the Mumbai-Ahmadabad route and we are expecting that the project will kick start.
You all should know that NHSRCL floated its first tender for the bullet train in July for building a bridge in the Navsari district of Gujarat. You all should know that under this project you will see 60-odd bridges on the 508-kilometer high-speed corridor. Also, the sources are saying that the project will need riddling with land issues in both Maharashtra and Gujarat has also been embroiled in court cases.
Also, the land problem is started already as the five farmers who have questioned the process of acquisition and said that it should be governed by central laws. However, in a big relief, one of the farmers has withdrawn his petition in the Gujarat High Court stating that the corporation has addressed his complaint.
You all should know that the under this project the 508.17-kilometre long corridor, 155.76 kilometers will be in Maharashtra, 348.04 kilometers in Gujarat and 4.3 kilometers in Dadra and Nagar Haveli. You all should know that the NHSRCL spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar “We are constantly engaging with the farmers, the dialogues are positive and we are hopeful that we will be able to resolve the situation soon.”