- Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray also said- I have asked to stop the project, it is not
- Farmers are agitating against this project in Palghar, Maharashtra
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation of the Ahmedabad-Mumbai Bullet Train Project last year.
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday ordered a review of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project. Prime Minister Narendra Modi lay the foundation of the bullet train project last year. Farmers from several villages opposed this in Maharashtra. The farmers had refused to give the land. The Shiv Sena has also written several times against it in Saamana.
Uddhav said, “We have a common man government.” We will review the bullet train project, but I did not ask for stopping the bullet train project. ”Even before Thackeray was sworn in there were reports that the Maharashtra government may stop funding the bullet train project.
The state government also has to contribute 25% in the project
State governments also have to contribute to the funding of the bullet train project. Maharashtra has a 25% share in this. This Congress-NCP-Shiv Sena government claims that it will soon bring a letter on the economic condition of Maharashtra, as the state government has a debt of about Rs 5 lakh crore.
Plan to complete the project by 2023
They will start the central government plans by March 2020. The project will have to be completed by December 2023. The survey of the land is still going on for the project in collaboration with Japan. We have not completed land acquisition in the way the bullet train will pass in Gujarat and Maharashtra. They have also prepared a design regarding this. Bullet train will pass from Sabarmati, Ahmedabad to Surajpur Junction railway station. They will also arrange multilevel parking. Underground metro will come out from someplace.
Rent will be up to 3 thousand rupees
The bullet train project MD Achal Khare had told in September that its fare would be up to about 3,000 thousand rupees. There will be 12 stations in the bullet train corridor between Ahmedabad to Mumbai (508 km). Khare had said- ‘For this entire project we need 1380 hectares of land which includes private, government, forest and railway land (in Gujarat and Maharashtra)’.