CSPTCL to modify Power Line for Eastern Rail Corridor

File Photo: MoU between the Govt. of Chhattisgarh, South Eastern Coalfields Ltd. (SECL) and Ircon International Ltd. was signed at Raipur on November, 3, 2012 at the Global Investors Meet organised by the state. The MoU was signed by Mr. Mohan Tiwari, Managing Director, IRCON International Ltd; Mr. N.K. Aswal, Principal Secretary, Govt. of Chhattisgarh; and Mr. A. R. Komawar, Director Finance, SECL, in the presence of state Chief Minister, Dr Raman Singh, General Manager of South East Central Railway, Mr. Arunendra Kumar; CMD of SECL, Mr. N. Kumar; and Chairman of Coal India Ltd, Mr. S. Narsingh Rao
File Photo: MoU between the Govt. of Chhattisgarh, South Eastern Coalfields Ltd. (SECL) and Ircon International Ltd. was signed at Raipur on November, 3, 2012 at the Global Investors Meet organised by the state. The MoU was signed by Mr. Mohan Tiwari, Managing Director, IRCON International Ltd; Mr. N.K. Aswal, Principal Secretary, Govt. of Chhattisgarh; and Mr. A. R. Komawar, Director Finance, SECL, in the presence of state Chief Minister, Dr Raman Singh, General Manager of South East Central Railway, Mr. Arunendra Kumar; CMD of SECL, Mr. N. Kumar; and Chairman of Coal India Ltd, Mr. S. Narsingh Rao

Raipur: The Chhattisgarh State Power Transmission Company Ltd (CSPTCL) will be modifying  the 220 KV Korba-Raigarh-Budhipadar power supply line having route length of 1.154 kms for construction of new broad gauge electrified East Rail Corridor from Kharsiya to Dharamjaigarh.

The modification is being made on request of IRCON International Ltd, officials informed.

For the East Corridor, the Chhattisgarh Government had decided to allocate 14 acres of land in Raigarh district. The Corridor will be about 180 km long from Bhupdevpur-Gharghoda-Dharamjaigarh up to Korba.

Notably, the Centre has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) each with the States of Odisha, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh for critical coal connectivity projects to improve transportation .

Agreement for World Bank loan of US $ 1100 million for Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) (Phase-2) have also been signed, they stated.

Freight train with speed of maximum 100 kms per hour will pass through Chhattisgarh in the East-West Corridor (Kolkata-Mumbai).

The train will traverse through the States of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra as the Ministry of Railways has sanctioned implementation of Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor (EDFC) and Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC) with freight train speeds of maximum 100 Kmph.

The Central Government’s approval for construction of 165 km long third railway line between Anuppur and Katni in Madhya Pradesh is expected to facilitate additional coal transportation traffic from parts of Chhattisgarh.

The coal transporation traffic from IB valley, Korba area, East Corridor and Gevra – Pendra Road Project in Chhattisgarh would be channelized through the aforesaid route to the respective destinations, officials stated.

The Centre has approved the project at a cost of `1595.76 crore. The project is likely to be completed in 5¼ years spanning over 12th and 13th plan period.

The Cabinet Committee of Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has approved construction of six Railway lines and a Railway bridge to cater to both increased passenger and freight needs in various areas of the country.

Public sector IRCON International Ltd has also commenced work in connection with the construction of new ‘Broad Guage Electrified Double Railway Line’ in Chhattisgarh on the East West Corridor.

The work is being undertaken in  Gevra Road-Pendra Road and Dipka, Kathghora, Sendurgahr and Pasan sections, officials stated.

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