Each unit consists of engineers, assistant engineers, and junior engineers. The team examines the colonies and imagines that they will complete the same buildings.
GURUGRAM: The engineering unit of the Gurugram Gurgaon City Government (MCG) created four search teams and showed the absence of 11 advertisements in 11 independent colonies to be taken over by the federal government. It comes a day after Gurugram MCG Commissioner Mukesh Kumar Ahuja told officials to speed up the colony.
Gurugram Each unit consists of engineers, assistant engineers, and junior engineers. The team examines the colonies and imagines that they will complete the same buildings.
According to officials, the audit report review meeting will take place on August 22 at the MCG President’s Office. “Teams must consider the proper work of each colony within 15 days,” the 2nd chief engineer said in a letter to China and the Chinese military.
For Mayfield Garden, Malibu Towne, and Vipul World, research scientist Satpal, assistant engineer Krishan Kumar and junior engineer Rahul Khan will report. Satpal-led engineers, assistant engineers Krishan Kumar and junior engineers at Kapil inspect the Rosewood City and Uppal buildings. Another team, consisting of engineers Sunder Sheoran, assistant engineers WA seem Akram, and new engineers Millan and Rahul will offer seats for Sushant Lok-2 and 3, Greenwood City, and Ardee City. One team consists of working engineers Naveen Dhankar, assistant engineers Dinesh Kumar and young engineers Harikishan testing the DLF-4 and 5.
On Wednesday, the MCG commissioner ordered officials to form special teams to pay for the incompetence of these colonies. Governor Haryana announced that the colonies would be removed in 2017. MCG officials said eight of these independent universities have been approved but not approved by three of them – Ardee City and DLF -4 and 5.
According to its plan, the public authority must inspect the equipment of confidential areas, including water, sewerage, roads, and street lighting. These exercises include detecting physical imperfections and preparing for a previous task. If the manufacturer is unable to complete the work on time, MCG will do so at the manufacturer’s expense.
In January 2019, the coalition government ordered MCG to speed up the process. The company asked the DTCP for information on the state of construction planning, sewerage systems, water and sewerage systems, car parking, brick calculations, construction years, and public places in these settlements.