New Delhi: 10 July :- The Godrej Group has also stood against the bullet train running between 508 km from Mumbai to Ahmedabad. So far the people of the farmers and tribal groups were protesting against it. The government is preparing to acquire Godrej Group’s land in Vikroli, Godrej Group has filed a petition in the high court against it.
In fact, Godrej Group has given its plea against the land to be acquired for the proposed bullet train project in the High Court. Under the proposed format of the bullet train project, 21 kilometer track underground track of 508.17 km long rail track is planned. One of the entry points of the Underground Tunnel will pass through Godrej’s Vikroli land.
Godrej Group has appealed in the High Court to order the court concerned to make changes in the project plan so that its infrastructure arm can come out of acquisition of approximately 8.6 acres of Godrej Construction.
Companies linked to the project may have to change
Let us know that last month Godrej Group had given the option of providing its second land as an alternative. But this place is 250 meters from the proposed project. If the opposition of Godrej continues, then the project related companies may have to change the route of the bullet train. However, under Maharashtra Land Acquisition Act 2013, the State Government has the right to forcible acquisition of land.
From Mumbai to Ahmedabad, there will be 12 stations
From Mumbai to Ahmedabad, this distance of 508 km will decide the bullet train, among which there will be 12 stations. Starting from Bandra Kurla Complex, it will reach Sabarmati station via Thane, Virar, Boisar, Vapi, Bilimora, Surat, Bharuch, Anand, Ahmedabad.
A bullet train will make a journey of 21 km under the ground
The bullet train will cover about 468 kilometers of elevated road ie above the ground track. The 21 km journey will be underground underground, which includes 7 kilometers of sea level journey. A bullet train of about 13 km will decide on the ground. By 2023 the bullet train will run.
Currently there will be 10 coaches in the bullet train. In which about seven and a half hundred people will be able to travel together. Thirty-five trains will run on one side each day. About 36 thousand people will be able to travel daily. By 2053 these capacities will be 1 lakh 86 thousand people. It will be rented from 2700 to 3000 rupees.