The Kerala authorities has approached the doyen engineer and Guinness record holder SB Sarwate to overlook the demolition of the disputed flats in Kerala.
Sarwate is a mining engineer from Indore in Bhopal, who specialises in demolition and managed explosions. He holds the Guinness World Record for demolishing the utmost variety of buildings and has joined the state authorities as a consultant for the obliteration of 4 flats at Marad Municipality in Ernakulam district of the state.
According to stories, Sarwate will arrive in Kochi on Thursday and the Kerala authorities will resolve on the corporate to whom the demolition process will be assigned to after session with him. Currently, three firms are being thought-about by the state authorities for the demolition.
Out of this, one of many firms that may full the demolition process throughout the specified timeframe will be picked by the federal government. The demolition processes will be supervised by SB Sarwate. Five housing complexes by 4 builders are to be demolished. The flats are H2O Holy Faith, Alpha Serene, Jain Coral Cove and Golden Kaayaloram.
The Supreme Court ordered the demolition of the condominium complexes on September 6 after it discovered that they had been constructed in violation of the Coastal Regulation Zone guidelines. The residents of those flats have vacated the premises after the highest court docket mandate.
The apex court docket has directed the builders to present compensation to the flat house owners. The SC mentioned that Rs 25 lakh ought to be given to every flat proprietor as an interim payout and has ordered the compensation to be paid inside 4 weeks.
While delivering the decision, the highest court docket had requested to arrange a three-member committee, headed by retired Kerala High Court Justice K Balakrishnan Nair and different specialists for additional analysis on the compensation. The remaining compensation quantity payable to the flat house owners will be evaluated by the committee and additional listening to over the matter will be completed on October 25.