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Delhi allows Shifting of 2,675 Trees in Push for Dwarka e-way

In a significant push to the much-delayed 29-km Dwarka expressway project, the Delhi government on Friday cleared a file related to the transplantation of trees from land acquired for the section of the road that falls in the national capital. The expressway connects Mahipalpur in Delhi with Kherki Daula in Gururgram and comprises four packages. Package one and two — roughly 10 km — are in Delhi and the other two in Gurugram.

The fate of the Delhi corridor — from Shiv Murti to the Dwarka Sector 21 underpass and from there to the Haryana border — had been hanging fire for the last two years for want of permission.

Confirming the development, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s office said permission had been granted to transplant the trees but with strict riders.

A CM office spokesperson said the Delhi government okayed shifting of 2,675 trees out of which 80% need to be transplanted and only 20% can be felled. “A file pertaining to the shifting of trees on the land needed for the construction of the Dwarka expressway was cleared by the CM,” the spokesperson said.

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