Court Clears Hurdles for SP Ring Road Flyovers Project

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Court Clears Hurdles for SP Ring Road Flyovers Project

| Updated: February 29, 2024 19:17

The Gujarat High Court has dismissed two petitions that challenged the tender process of the Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA) for building seven flyovers at seven crucial junctions of SP Ring Road (SPRR). The petitions were filed by Patel Infrastructure, one of the bidders for the project.

The project, which is funded by the Asian Development Bank with a Sovereign-backed guarantee of the Government of India, aims to improve the peripheral development of Ahmedabad City. It involves constructing flyovers at Nikol, Dastan, Tapovan, Bakrol, Hathijan, Ramol and Panjrapole Junctions of SP Ring Road. It is considered to be one of the prestigious projects for the city.

Patel Infrastructure had filed two petitions on different grounds, alleging irregularities in the tender process by AUDA. However, AUDA’s lawyer Gursharan Virk defended the authority’s actions and claimed that they were transparent and fair in awarding the tenders. He also argued that any delay in finalising the tender would hamper the development of the city. The bench of Justice Umesh Trivedi and Justice Rajendra Sareen heard both the parties and decided not to entertain the petitions. The petitioner then withdrew the petitions, clearing the way for the project.

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