India’s twin towers blown up due to lack of permit | Currently

India's twin towers blown up due to lack of permit |  Currently

In India, the authorities blew up two high-rise apartments. It happened after the locals started a legal battle. There was a building permit for six hundred apartments, but the construction company realized in 1650. The Indian Supreme Court later ruled that the apartments were not allowed to remain. They were still partially under construction.

The two buildings were demolished using 3,700 kilograms of explosives. The astonishing demolition of the so-called Twin Towers in Noida, a suburb of New Delhi, was broadcast live on TV.

Thousands of people were forced to leave their homes in recent days due to the planned explosion. Stray dogs were also evacuated. As far as is known, no one was injured as a result of the controlled explosion and no buildings in the area were damaged.

Many people watched the explosion. The photos show how the neighboring buildings were completely enveloped in flying dust.

The fall of the so-called Twin Towers in Noida caused a huge cloud of dust.


The fall of the so-called Twin Towers in Noida caused a huge cloud of dust.

The fall of the so-called Twin Towers in Noida caused a huge cloud of dust.

picture: France Press agency

The two buildings were unfinished when it was decided to go.


The two buildings were unfinished when it was decided to go.

The two buildings were unfinished when it was decided to go.

picture: France Press agency

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