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District Magistrate Praveen Kumar Lakshkar with ADM checking the quality of brick in the eye hospital under construction
DM Praveen Kumar Lakshakar inspected the 50 bedded multi-divisional hospital under construction on the land of Bhairon Prasad Jaiswal Trust in the Civil Lines of the city. During this, Additional District Magistrate Shiv Prasad Shukla was also present. Less cement and more sand was used in construction. Not only this, the District Magistrate ordered to replace the substandard brick. The Chief Medical Officer has released two crore rupees to the working organization for the building being built at a cost of about 17 crores.
Seeing the beam contrary to the standard, the DM warned
Pole and curvature found in hospital beam
The supervisor and contractor of the institution were present during the inspection. The quality of the beams made was not found as per the standard. Pole and tada were found at many places in the beam. Beam finishing was not found correct. The ratio of cement and sand being used for the masonry being done in the walls was not found correct.
Less cement and more sand found in the construction of the wall
substandard brick being used
If yellowness is found in the brick key, its quality is tested. Changed bricks and instructed to use quality bricks. To check the quality of the bricks, he checked using the indigenous method.
Manufacture according to quality, else FIR will be blacklisted
The District Magistrate warned that the quality should not be found bad in further inspection. Otherwise, blacklisting will be done by registering a case against the executing organization. The District Magistrate expressed dissatisfaction over the slow progress of the work. He asked to expedite the work by increasing the number of masons and laborers.