Today’s enormous explosion knocked down the Noida Supertech twin towers. After a nine-year legal struggle with the real estate company Supertech, the residents of Sector 93A’s Supertech Emerald Court may now claim a moral triumph thanks to the buildings’ nine-second collapse.
Up until Sunday night, some 100 families who had been evacuated from apartment complexes close to the now-demolished twin towers were back in their homes.
Before the twin towers were destroyed, more than 5,000 residents of the Emerald Court and ATS Village communities were evacuated.
The mound of debris created by the demolition must now be cleaned up by the Noida authorities after the destruction is complete. Earlier, the operation’s officials had estimated that 55,000 tonnes of debris would be produced. Debris removal could take up to three months. The trash will be disposed of at designated locations.
A 100 crore insurance policy covered the demolition project. If there is any damage to nearby structures, this ought should cover it. Supertech is required to pay the premium as well as any additional expenses. The loss of the towers, even in their skeletal form, is anticipated to be more than 50 crore, even if the demolition effort may cost up to 20 crore.
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