Illegally constructed 32-storey tower blocks demolished in Uttar Pradesh

Two illegally constructed high-rise buildings near the Indian capital were demolished on Sunday, using more than 3,700kg of explosives. Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ► http://bit.ly/guardianwiressub The demolition of the 32-storey twin towers in Noida came after the supreme…

Illegally constructed 32-storey tower blocks demolished in Uttar Pradesh

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Two illegally constructed high-rise buildings near the Indian capital were demolished on Sunday, using more than 3,700kg of explosives.
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The demolition of the 32-storey twin towers in Noida came after the supreme court ruled that the blocks were constructed in violation of building rules. The booming real estate sector in the National Capital region – which also includes districts surrounding India’s capital, New Delhi – is notorious for builders flouting regulations, often in collusion with officials.

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