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Polavaram Present Status: Work progressing In Time

Polavaram Project Recent Status

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The biggest and crucial project of Andhra Pradesh State, Polavaram Project is surrounded with many controversies for its budget and progress. A recent update from the main contractors shatters every bad propaganda about this project.Even though the project was proposed in the regime of late AP CM YS Rajasekhar Reddy, it took these many years to make this proposal a reality. Credits to the current CM Chandrababu Naidu, he started the work and took the project into his own hands despite Central Government’s involvement. In the happened four years of his ruling, there were many pressures from the Oppositions alleging that the funds are being stolen by the ruling party leaders.

Even the Central Government stopped its announced funds citing the increments in the actual budget to the total project. Not stopping there, the BJP Government halted the project’s work for two months which mounted huge pressure on the TDP Government. But the CM made it sure that the work is progressing on time.Amidst these situations, more than 500 on-site Engineers and thousands of daily workers contributed their day and night of total 435 days to complete the main phase of this project. The main contractors L and T Geostructure company declared the other day that the most important basement of the project, that is the Diaphragm got completed in less than two years of time. This is said to be the biggest and toughest part of any Dam.

looking at this progress, this project will get completed by next year’s March and CBN can live up to his promises which will boost his political mileage. The construction company also cites that the Coffer Dam works can also get wrapped up by next year’s May or June. Not just an achievement for the ruling party, this progress is a good news for the AP state which will be hugely benefited with this project.

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