Noida Twin Tower demolished Neighboring companies open community halls for evacuees

Residents of nearby Purvanchal Royal Park are in talks with Supertech Emerald Court management to offer two community halls as shelter for residents.

Residents of nearby societies donated two community halls as shelter for evacuees during the demolition of the Supertech Twin Towers. (FILE/PTI)

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  • Ahead of the demolition of the Supertech twin towers in Noida, neighbors are providing shelter for residents.
  • Residents of Purvanchal Royal Park are in talks with Supertech Emerald Court management to provide two community halls.
  • Hundreds of residents from at least two adjacent societies, namely Emerald Court and ATS Village, will be evacuated.

Ahead of the planned demolition of the Supertech twin towers in Noida, neighbors of the residents, who have to evacuate their apartments, offered shelter for them. Residents of nearby Purvanchal Royal Park are in talks with Supertech Emerald Court management to offer two community halls as shelter. Demolition will begin on August 28.

Reports suggest that hundreds of residents from at least two adjacent companies, namely, Emerald Court and ATS Village, will be evacuated as the companies are located close to the twin towers.

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“We have two community halls that can accommodate up to 250 people each. The halls have all the basic amenities, such as air conditioning and toilets. We have offered to set up temporary shelters for residents of neighborhood societies, who need to be evacuated,” said Sudesh, a resident of Purvanchal Royal Park.

“The Emerald Court management team is expected to visit shortly to provide an update on arrangements and confirm the number of residents when and if they require shelter for a day or night,” a- he added.

Meanwhile, the “loading” (placement of explosives) of the Twin Towers is ongoing and is expected to be completed by August 24. According to the action plan, the demolition of the twin towers will take place between August 28 and is expected to be completed in September. 4, pursuant to orders of the higher court.

Udaybhan Singh Teotia, President of the Emeral Court Resident Welfare Association (RWA), said: “Many residents are looking for hotel rooms for August 27-28. There is always a feeling of fear among the residents, as this will be their first hand. experience with such a huge and controlled explosion right next to their apartments. Everyone is worried about the safety of their apartments, although the authorities and enforcement agency have assured us that there will be no effect on neighboring buildings.

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