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'How will you ensure smooth completion of Golden Quadrilateral Project?'

December 11, 2003 14:55 IST
Last Updated: December 11, 2003 15:08 IST


The Patna high court on Thursday directed the Bihar government to submit a 'dedicated plan' to the court pledging 24-hour foolproof security for smooth completion of the Golden Quadrilateral Project.

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Observing that the killing of National Highway Authority of India project manager Satyendra Kumar Dubey was a reflection of the prevailing poor law and order situation in Bihar, a division bench ordered that the security plan be submitted to the high court registrar general by Thursday evening.

The bench comprising Chief Justice Ravi S Dhavan and Justice Shashank Kumar Singh was hearing a PIL filed by an advocate, M P Gupta, alleging that the future of the project was in danger due to the Dubey's killing in Gaya on November 27.

The court adjourned the hearing on the matter for Friday.

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