Contractor faces consequences for poor work at police stations

Contractor who built Madhavnagar housing project is facing charges again . Contractor K R Makwana was arrested in connection with the Madhavnagar shooting .

Vadodara (Vadodara): The contractor who constructed the Madhavnagar housing project, which claimed the lives of 11 people when two housing blocks collapsed in 2013, is facing charges again.Now, the Gujarat State Police Housing Corporation (GSPHC) has filed a lawsuit against the same contractor for poor work at the city police's Pratapnagar headquarters.Following the tender in 1999, the contractor, K R Makwana from Anand, had built a block of 16 flats at the headquarters.The contractor was given Rs 1.48 crore for the work.

Around 2015, the houses began to crack and cracking again.In 2016, it was revealed that the houses were ineffective and were eventually sold.The corporation filed the lawsuit with the contractor and asked him to repair the houses.The contractor did some work, but it was terminated later in the case.

Makwana was previously detained in connection with the Madhavnagar shooting.The houses built in Madhavnagar were found to be of a poor quality.The Vadodara Urban Development Authority (VUDA) designed the houses for the urban poor.At that time, an incident was suspected, and representatives from VUDA, Makwana, and Mokwana were arrested in connection with the explosion that took place on August 28, 2013.