Indore: Indore-Manmad rail line’s Final Location Survey (FLS) will be completed by month end as 70 km is left for the survey. Three teams are carrying out the survey covering 10 km per day.
After completing survey of 192 km long stretch in Maharashtra on March 28, the survey teams started their job in Madhya Pradesh from Malwan village in Sendhawa Tehsil from April 2. Out of 147 km distance from Malwan to Mhow, the teams completed survey of 77 km, informed Manoj Marathe, chief of Indore-Manmad Rail Project Struggle Committee.
The survey teams have crossed Narmada River in Khalghat area and at present they are conducting survey near Dhamnod. Survey of just 70 km from Dhamnod to Mhow is left and most likely it will be completed by the end of this month, Marathe said. As the survey team will reach Mhow, high ranking officials of Central Railway from Bhusawal Division will also arrive in the cantonment town to finalise the report, he added. The survey started from Manmad on January 15 this year by a Pune based company and total distance between Manmad and Mhow is 339 km.