The Kartarpur hall has hit a barrier, with the Land Ports Authority of India (LPAI) and the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) putting on hold development movement after a dargah and a sanctuary were seen legitimately in the ‘option to proceed’ (ROW) of the 3.6-km-long section.
It is compulsory to build the passageway inside the assigned ROW. Work was halted on Wednesday yet the authorities chose to hold the improvement hush-hush dreading unfavorable exposure.
The NHAI, LPAI and Ceigall India Limited, the organization contracted to finish the development work, have over and again been guaranteeing that the hall will be worked before October 31 and will end up operational in mid-November when the 550th birth commemoration festivities of Guru Nanak Dev begin.
Jatinder Singh, Vice President of Ceigall India Limited, stated, “We are in chats with the guardians of both the structures. We trust a leap forward is accomplished inside the following couple of days.”
“The dargah does not really fall inside the assigned ROW. In any case, the guardian claims it does. We can’t simply wash away his cases. We will pinpoint its precise area before continuing. We need to continue with most extreme consideration and alert,” said an authority.
Jatinder Singh said they had opened correspondence channels with the Delhi-based overseer of the sanctuary. “Not at all like the dargah, the sanctuary definitely falls inside the ROW. It will be an extreme assignment to induce its administration board to devastate it. Regardless, we are attempting and want to think of an answer soon,” he included.
Sources state harried authorities have chosen to approach Cabinet Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa to deal with the touchy circumstance. “I will talk about the issue with the authorities working at the site. Afterward, if the need emerges, I myself will disagree with the overseers. The hall has universal implications. We won’t let down our Sikh brethren at any expense,” said Randhawa.