Shri. Unmesh Sharad Wagh (IRS), the in-charge of Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority (JNPA), has confirmed that the Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) recommendation has been received for the Vadhvan Port project by the Maharashtra Coastal Zone Management Authority (MCZMA). The project is set to be developed in collaboration with the Maharashtra Maritime Board (MMB). Additionally, the Dahanu Taluka Environment Protection Authority (DTEPA) has already given approval for the project’s development.
The in-charge Chairman of JNPA stated that the port authority will comply with all the conditions set out in the CRZ recommendation. This indicates that the project will prioritize environmental protection and adhere to regulations in the development process. The confirmation of the CRZ recommendation and the approval from the DTEPA indicate progress and support for the Vadhvan Port project, setting the stage for further developments and collaborations between JNPA, MMB, and other relevant authorities.
With the confirmation of the CRZ recommendation and approval from the DTEPA, it appears that the Vadhvan Port project is moving forward. The in-charge Chairman’s commitment to complying with the CRZ recommendation sets a tone of professionalism and responsibility in the development process, ensuring that environmental considerations are prioritized. This news signifies a step forward in the collaboration between JNPA and MMB for the development of the Vadhvan Port project.