10 Acres Of Protected Area In Aravalis Will Be Destroyed To Build Six-Lane Gurugram Bypass

The first phase of the proposed six-lane Gurugram bypass passing through the Aravali Biodiversity Park will impact about 10 acres of land and will mostly pass through border areas, an NHAI official said on Sunday amid concerns that the new road will harm the “protected area”. The park under the Municipal Corporation of Gurugram is spread over 350 acres.

Officials said NHAI would require a 1.5km stretch of the biodiversity park with a width of about 30 metres to build the expressway bypass and there would be no service road. “The alignment was suggested by the Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority and there was a plan to build a road through this area even in the notified Development Plan of Gurugram.

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