Twin Tower Demolished: How will 80 thousand metric tons of debris be removed after the Noida Twin Tower collapses?- Watch Video

29 Aug, 2022

After the demolition of the twin tower, removing 80 thousand metric tons of debris is also no less than a challenge. It has been claimed that the debris will be disposed of within three months. Seeing this debris, the people living nearby will be happy to think that both the towers of corruption were brought down. He will feel pleasant whenever he looks towards the tower, but he may have to face some problems even while lifting the debris lying near him.

For the first time in the country, people were curious to see the scene of the demolition of a building higher than 100 meters. There was a competition to capture the place on the roofs, roads and flyovers where it was found in its camera. At the same time, when these towers were successfully demolished, there was no limit to the happiness of the people. Somewhere sweets were distributed and somewhere they offered prayers and thanked God.

During the demolition of the twin towers, arrangements to control people, route diversion and any untoward incident were a major challenge. To keep people away from the spot, from top officers to constables were ready in the four km area. Two teams of NDRF were deployed.

The entire area was converted into a cantonment.DCP Central Zone Rajesh S was the commander of the operation. Five sub-commanders including five ACP Abdul Qadir, Mahendra Dev Singh, PP Singh, Rajneesh Verma were deployed. A large number of inspectors, constables and other policemen and officers stood in the scorching sun. At the same time, District Magistrate Suhas LY, Police Commissioner Alok Singh and CEO Noida Ritu Maheshwari were present in the Incident Command Center van on the Faridabad-JP flyover.

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