Bhaskar News | Last Modified - May 17, 2011, 07:13 AM IST
Indore: The Indore Development Authority (IDA) has asked the railway to submit a detailed report of the plan finalised for the construction of the new railway station near MR-10 Bridge.
The site proposed for the new railway station is a piece of 300 acre of land near Kurmedi village.
The authority wants that first some final decision be taken on the plan for the new station, following which other needs of the railway will be considered.
After the request of the IDA to establish the new railway station, the Western Railway Ratlam rail division had proposed to install new link line.
Following this, the railway had asked the authority to allot land along the Super Corridor for the new link line to connect the Indore-Dewas broad-gauge line and the Indore-Ratlam rail line.
IDA CEO Chandramauli Shukla has now written to the railways asking them to prepare a final plan for the new railway station.
However, the railway believes that once the link line issue is resolved, the proposal can be forwarded strongly to the ministry.