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E and F towers of Chintels Paradiso Society declared unsafe.
District Town Planner (Enforcement) has sent the notice.
Society asked to vacate towers E and F.

New Delhi. Chintels Paradiso Society, located in Sector-109 of Gurugram, adjacent to the country’s capital Delhi, has recently come on the authority’s radar because of its unsafe buildings. The District Town Planner (Enforcement), located in Sector-109, has sent a notice to Chintels India Private Limited asking it to vacate towers E and F of Chintels Paradiso Society.

This week, 2 towers of Chintels Society were declared unsafe to live in by the Gurugram district administration. The District Town Planner (Enforcement) said that in view of the dilapidated condition of these towers, if any untoward incident takes place, the builder will be responsible. According to the notice of the District Town Planner, these towers have rusted due to chloride mixed with concrete.

Let us tell you that Chintels Paradiso is the same society where two people died last year due to partial collapse of tower D.

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IIT Delhi team told that it is not fit to live
In the structural audit of towers E and F, the IIT-Delhi team has found structural deficiencies in the construction of towers E and F and repairs are not possible on technical and economic grounds. The IIT-Delhi team has also recommended the closure of E and F towers. The allottees of both the towers will be rehabilitated as per rules. Earlier, IIT-Delhi had declared Tower D unsafe in its investigation report released in November 2022.

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how much chloride can be added to cement
In the notice, it has been said to mix chloride with cement, which dries the concrete quickly and also causes rust in the bars. Due to this, cracks appear in the wall and pillar and there is a fear of collapse of the house. Most of the concrete structures nowadays are either RCC or Prestressed / Post tensioned concrete where steel is used to carry the tensile stress. As per IS-12269: 1987, the amount of chloride by mass in cement is limited to 0.05 per cent of the total. The cement manufacturer has to certify this to the consumer within 10 days from the date of manufacture.

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