Twin towers to be demolished: “No fly zone drones’ in Noida on August 28

(PTI) Drones will not be permitted to fly within the “exclusion zone” of Supertech’s illegal twin towers after they are destroyed in August 28 authorities announced on Wednesday.


They also said drones would be allowed to enter the zone of exclusion only upon the approval from the police.

The structures that measure nearly 100 metres tall which are higher than Delhi’s famous Qutub Minar — in Noida’s Sector 93A will be destroyed at 2.30 after 2 pm on Sunday.

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The people living in two adjoining societies -Emerald Court and ATS Village Emerald Court as well as ATS Village — would be evacuated The exclusion zone was created in the vicinity of twin towers so that no vehicle, person or animal is allowed to enter during demolishment, officials stated.

“The excluded zone would comprise an area of 450m on the front of twin towers, which overlook an avenue and an urban park. On the other side of the twin towers, the zone of exclusion will be up to 250m Gautam Buddh Nagar’s Vice Commissioner for Police (Headquarters) Ram Badan Singh informed PTI.


The zone of exclusion also comprises a section of the Noida’s Greater Noida Expressway, in which vehicles will be unable to travel between 2.15 pm until 2.45 at night the 28th of August he added.

The measures are taken to protect the public as per officials who stated that 3,700 kilograms of explosives have been fitted inside the skeletal frameworks in the twin towers to ensure explosion.

The demolition of Apex as well as Ceyane towers will leave behind more than 35,000 cubic metres of debris , much of which will be buried within the underground of towers, while the rest would be taken to a remote location in Noida and processed using a scientific method according to the report.

Supertech’s twin towers located in Noida’s Sector 93A is as a result of an Supreme Court order that found that the structures were illegal and constructed in contravention of the norms.

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