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Gurgaon: GMDA on Saturday decided to lay a 20km-long pipeline to supply water to sectors near the Delhi border.
The decision was taken at the 12th board meeting of the development authority, which was chaired by the chief minister.
It was also decided at the meeting that the municipal corporations in Gurgaon and Manesar would transfer more than 50 acres in total to build two STPs in sectors 78 and 107.
The board also asked officials to review a project to upgrade the Southern Peripheral Road before funds are allocated for it. At the meeting, GMDA board approved a budget of Rs 2,574 for the next fiscal year.
Apart from chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar, the meeting was attended by cabinet minister Moolchand Sharma, local MLA Rakesh Daultabad, principal secretary to the CM DS Dhesi and GMDA chief PC Meena.
Officials said the 20.5km pipeline would branch out of the Basai water treatment plant and link the “tail-end” sectors that are under the authority’s jurisdiction.
The pipeline will have a carrying capacity of up to 200MLD and will be linked to the existing network through resilient-seated valves. The project is estimated to cost Rs 125 crore.
According to the officials, the water pipeline will be laid along the Dwarka Expressway and head towards sectors 101, 104, 108, 110, 110A, the dividing roads of sectors 110A/111 and NH-8 crossing.
The areas that will be benefitted include sectors 1 and 2 of Palam Vihar, Dundahera, Surya Vihar, Carterpuri and so on.
“The pipeline will mainly cater to the tail-end sectors and also enhance supply in areas where there is an existing network from the Basai water treatment plant,” a GMDA who was present at the meeting said.
Apart from the Basai plant, GMDA is planning to augment the capacity of the Chandu Budhera facility by 50% next year.
Officials said that for the 350MLD sewage plant in Sector 107, MCG will transfer 49.9 acres. For the other STP of 40MLD capacity, MCM will make available around 4 acres.
The board also gave its approval for disbursing Rs 109 crore to NHAI for the construction of Vatika Chowk underpass.
It also gave the green light for depositing 50% of the funds for the construction of a drain along the CPR.
NHAI is constructing an 825m-long underpass at Vatika Chowk with approach roads on both sides. While the construction is almost 80% complete, the highways authority claimed it was facing problems paying the contractor as the remaining funds hadn’t been released by GMDA.



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