BMC working on Malad skywalk despite stay: BJP
The Times of India Mumbai|December 04, 2021
Mumbai: Local residents led by the BJP have alleged that four months after the state government announced a stay on the Rs 15-crore Malad skywalk, the BMC was still carrying out the work as no written stay orders were issued to the civic body. However, Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray said that the BMC was only removing the barricades and no work was being carried out at the site.
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