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Is there really a crack in the immovable bridge? Maharashtra Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis spoke the truth

Nita Yadav

By Nita Yadav

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Maharashtra Congress president Nana Patole is inspecting the road

Politics heated up on Friday over the newly built Atal Bridge in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The Congress party said that the Atal Setu, which was inaugurated six months ago, had received a lot of publicity. Now there is news that there is a crack in the 18 thousand crore rupees Atal Bridge. This is clearly a case of corruption. Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole also visited the spot where the rift is said to have taken place. Now the Deputy CM of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis has given a reply in this whole matter.

The Deputy CM tweeted on Friday night that there is no crack in Atal Setu. Also there is no threat to Atal Setu. The image that has come up is of the approach road (link road). He said that one thing is clear that the Congress party has made a long plan of manipulation with the help of lies. Talks of constitution in elections, EVM unlocking by phone after election and now false talk of crack in Atal Setu. He said that the people of the country will defeat this ‘Phatko’ scheme and the corrupt behavior of the Congress.

Nana Patole shared the picture

Nana Patole had shared several pictures on social media before the Deputy CM’s retaliatory strike. He wrote that it is a matter of concern that the Atal Bridge, which was inaugurated three months ago, has now developed cracks. The crack has created an atmosphere of fear among the commuters passing by. This is a major blow to the marginalized government in Mumbai. I also inspected Atal Bridge with my companions.

17,840 crore has been spent

Atal Setu is also known as the Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link (MTHL). The bridge connecting South Mumbai with Navi Mumbai was inaugurated in January this year. Built at a cost of Rs 17,840 crore, this six-lane bridge is 21.8 km long. It also has a 16.5 km long Sea Link.

At the same time, the MMRDA also released a statement on the Congress’ claim. MMRDA said that there are rumors of cracks in the MTHL bridge. We would like to clarify that these cracks are not on the bridge, but on the road connecting MTHL from Ulwe to Mumbai.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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