GCDA Hands Over 30 Cents for Kochi Metro

Benny Behanan MLA, who is also the member of the GCDA executive committee, handed over the documents to KMRL managing director Elias George.

Published: 14th February 2014 07:52 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th February 2014 07:53 AM   |  A+A-

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The Greater Cochin Development Authority (GCDA) handed over 30 cents of  land to construct the station for the Kochi Metro Rail at Kadavanthra on Thursday.

Benny Behanan MLA, who is also the member of the GCDA executive committee, handed over the documents to KMRL managing director Elias George.

Along with the documents, the sketches of the land were also handed over to the KMRL MD.

MLAs Dominic Presentation, Anwar Sadath and other officials concerned were present on the occasion.“The GCDA has given a total of 30 cents of land in front of its office for the station of the Kochi Metro Rail.

The documents for 28 cents were handed over on Thursday. The remaining two cents of land, which is under the possession of the KSEB will be handed over to the KMRL soon,” he added.

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