Mega Passenger Terminal to be Constructed at Kartarpur Sahib Corridor

The legislature said on Sunday that work at the Rs-500-crore Passenger Terminal Complex at Dera Baba Nanak for the Kartarpur hall was going full bore and will be finished by the stipulated due date, October 31.

The administration needs to ensure that the terminal is prepared for use by Guru Nanak Dev’s 550th birth commemoration in November 2019.

A senior authority in the Ministry of Home Affairs stated: “The terminal is being based on 15 sections of land of land. It will have every open luxury to empower smooth entry of around 5,000 travelers for each day”.

The authority said the fundamental structure of the terminal will be spread more than 16,000 square meters. The office will be halfway cooled.

“The intricate will have 54 migration counters for encouraging travel of 5,000 pioneers for each day and it will likewise have satisfactory seating ability to oblige 2,000 explorers,” he said.

The terminal would likewise have stands, washrooms, childcare offices, emergency treatment therapeutic offices, a supplication room and tidbits counters. he said. So as to address security issues, the terminal would have CCTV observation and open location frameworks, the authority stated, including that the structure will resemble an air terminal.

There will be ‘a 300-feet National Monumental Flag’ at the International Border.

“Removal for the establishment is almost finished for the entire complex, while the plinth and RCC segment has just been set up for the fundamental structure. Work is being executed in parallel to guarantee concurrent finish of various exercises,” the authority said.

The administration likewise plans to counsel design schools in Amritsar for finishing the whole unpredictable with “rich Punjabi legacy and the life and works of Shri Guru Nanak Devji”.

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