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They raised several questions in the EIA and reiterated the possibility of looking for alternative sites. The committee was headed by MoEF director (scientific) Bharat Bushan and the questions raised included the plan to replant mangroves and divert riversthe source said The EIA report prepared by IIT-Bombaya copy of which is with Newslinesays that the Navi Mumbai sitesituated over acres of lush and scanty mangroves and with the rivers Ulwe and Gadhi running through itis the most feasible and viable location for construction of the citys second airport This report draws that conclusion after a detailed study of alternative sites including Rewas-Mandwa in Raigad and Mahapan in Sindhudurg The report says that while Mahapan is too far from MumbaiRewas-Mandwawhich houses 14 villages and agricultural landswas not feasible as it would involve high capital costdestruction of scenic coastal environmentand hindrances in operation due to presence of Navy About the 1140-hectare site in Navi Mumbaithe report points out that part of the land is already with CIDCO and the capital cost would be quite low Navi Mumbais proximity with Mumbai and its accessibility was also considered an important factor Tanaji Satreacting managing director of CIDCOrefused to give details of the meeting We have given a presentation of the project Howeverthe committee has sought more clarifications which we plan to provide within a week I cant disclose details of the information sought at this point?

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