Noida Twin Tower Demolition: Preparations begin to blow up the building with gunpowder, know what is the complete plan

Publish Date: 13 Aug, 2022 |

After a long wait, gunpowder has started in Supertech Twin Towers from Saturday 13th August. Engineers from Edifice and South Africa's subsidiary Jet Demolition have started applying gunpowder from the top floor. Demolition of Supertech Twin Towers in Noida will now be started from August 28 instead of August 21. The Supreme Court has put its stamp on the report of experts. It will be dropped by blasting. The administration has made full preparations to demolish the Supertech Twin Towers.

State report submitted to Noida Authority

a state report has been submitted by the Noida Authority to the apex court. It has been told that some more work is required before the demolition and now the date of demolition should be August 28. For this, the authority has sought seven days' time keeping in mind the weather and other factors. According to this report, the demolition of the twin towers will continue till September 4. 

A bench of Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice AS Bopanna concurred with the status report of Noida. Also, if there is a delay in the demolition on August 28, then time has been given from August 29 to September 4. The new date was fixed after the Supreme Court read out the proposal of all stakeholders including Noida Authority, CBRI, developer Supertech, demolition firm Edifice Engineering and its South African partner Jet Demolition on the safety measures.

Explosive material being collected

Mayur Mehta, Project Manager, Edifice Engineering, said that we are using a powder explosive which contains a little bit of TNT and plastic explosive in the shock tube. In addition, emulsions are also explosive. These are in sufficient quantities to break the concrete.

Mayur Mehta said that at present the explosive material is being collected 100 km away in Palwal, Haryana. Buying thousands of kilograms of explosives is not an easy task. There is an online system that allows the government to access information about the quantity of explosives sold and the details of the buyer.


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