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Noida Twin Tower Demolition: Twin towers of Noida to be demolished on August 28

Twin Tower of Noida

Seeing the video, speculations are being made that on the afternoon of August 28, a similar sight can be seen in Sector-93 of Noida. However, the Maradu towers had almost half the number of floors as compared to the twin towers of Noida.

Supertech Twin Towers in Noida are in a lot of discussion these days. After the order of the Supreme Court, both these towers are to be demolished on the 28th. This 32-floor building will be completely frozen in just 12 seconds at 2.30 pm on August 28. For this the work of installing gunpowder has been completed. At the same time, a plan has been prepared by the police and administration for the people living nearby.

Let us tell you that more than 7 thousand families live around the building which is to be demolished. In such a situation, there is an atmosphere of fear among the people living there to demolish such a high building by putting gunpowder. However, for information, let us tell you that this is not the first such case, before that a building was demolished in a similar manner in Kerala. In the year 2020, the court had ruled the demolition of the multi-storey housing complexes of Maradu in Kerala.

Here, a video of the year 2020 is becoming increasingly viral as soon as the date of demolition of the Twin Towers is decided. In this video Maradu towers are shown collapsing.

Emergency services will also be deployed on the spot at the time of demolition of the building. Ambulances, fire brigade and police pickets will be set up. More than 500 policemen, PAC and fire department employees and officers will also be present.

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