Bhara Kahu Bypass Project Will Be Delayed Due to Quality Assurance Concerns

The Bhara Kahu bypass project is facing many hurdles and delays because of the two recent incidents. 

According to the news, the construction company working on the project requested 3 more months from the CDA to complete this project. Now it is expected to be completed before Eid-ul-Azha. 

According to the construction company, the manufacturing of girder beams will take time but they assured CDA the project will continue under SOPs. According to the source, rushing the project has resulted in accidents in the past, and a special committee is now looking into the recent bypass incidents.

As per CDA report the two tragedies happened because of human error and the department has recommended filing a case against a cargo company and the driver. The shutter of the pillar fell because of the collision with a truck. 

According to the CDA study, the girder collapse was the fault of the contractor, the project manager, the shift in charge, and the crane operator. As per more detail, the crane operator had placed the fifth girder crooked, they compromised the weight balance, and the party in charge ignored the serious issue. However, after the crane accident, CDA directed the relevant parties to re-plan the project. The initial deadline for the project was March 23, but now they are extended till July. 

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Manahil Tariq
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