Editorial with Sujit Nair: Will Central Vista Resolve India’s Problems?

The Supreme Court on Tuesday gave its go ahead to the redevelopment plan of the Central Vista Project. The court said that the approval was needed from the Heritage Conservation Committee for construction work to begin. The top court directed project proponents to get approval from the Committee. The revamp was announced in September last year. It envisages a new triangular Parliament building, with seating capacity for 900 to 1,200 MPs, that is targeted to be constructed by August, 2022. The common Central Secretariat is likely to be built by 2024. The project is likely to cost more than 900 crore rupees to the exchequer. In this episode of the Editorial, our Managing Editor Mr Sujit Nair Shares his take.

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