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Environmental and Social Monitoring Report

Fourth Quarterly Report (October 2015 – December 2015)

India: Jaipur Metro Rail Line 1-Phase B Project

Prepared by Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Limited for the Asian Development Bank.

CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS (as of 31st December 2015) Currency unit INR 1.00 $1.00

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Indian Rupee (INR) $ 0.01506 INR 66.35

ABBREVIATIONS ADB ADF CEC CSC ES DMRC EMP EA EIA EARF ESMS EMR GPR HSO IEE IPP JMRC PAM PCAG RP SHE SPS VMR

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Asian Development Bank Asian Development Fund Continental Engineering Corporation Construction Supervision Consultant Environmental Specialist Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Environmental Management Plan Execution Agency Environmental impact Assessment Environmental assessment and review framework Environmental and social management system Environmental Monitoring Report Ground penetrating radar Health and Safety Officer Initial environmental examination Indigenous People Plan Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation Project Administration Manual Public Consultation and Addressing of Grievances Resettlement Plan Safety Health & Environment Management Plan Safeguard Policy Statement Vibration Monitoring Results

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES km m

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Kilometer Meter

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CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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1.

INTRODUCTION A. Purpose of the Report B. Project Description C. Project Implementation Arrangement D. Project Implementation Progress

1 1 1 3 3

2.

COMPLIANCE TO SAFEGUARDS PROVISIONS IN AGREEMENTS UNDER THE PROJECT A. Compliance to Loan Agreement B. Compliance to Project Administration Manual C. Compliance to the Civil Works Contract Agreement

4 12 17 26

3.

COMPLIANCE TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

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4.

ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN FOR PROTECTION AND MONITORING OF HERITAGE STRUCTURES A. Findings in Badi Chaupar and Chhoti Chaupar B. D-Wall Construction C. Chandpole Gate Tunnel Underpass Scheme/Isarlat D. Results of the Ground Penetrating Radar

43 43 43 44 45

5.

SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING A. Summary of Inspection Activities B. Monitoring of Cracks, Settlements of Structures C. Noise Monitoring D. Air Quality E. Water Quality

47 47 47 51 53 54

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SOCIAL AND RESETTLEMENT IMPACTS A. Impacts on Structures B. Land Acquisition and Resettlement

55 55 57

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PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS AND ADDRESSING OF GRIEVANCES A. Public Consultations carried out B. Complaints and Requests Received

58 58 60

8.

UNANTICIPATED SAFEGUARDS ISSUES

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CONCLUSION A. Summarize the overall Progress of Implementation of safeguard Measures B. Problems Identified and Actions Recommended

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APPENDICES 1. 2. 3.

Photolog Record of SHE training Sample format of monthly SHE report

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Environment quality (Air, water, noise) monitoring report Monthly Report of Heritage Consultant License from A&M Department, GoR Application receipt to State Pollution Control Board

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. This report is the 4th quarterly report on environmental and social safeguards compliance of the Jaipur Metro Rail Line -1 Phase B Project. It covers the period from October 2015 to December 2015. Line 1-Phase B of the project inlcudes constrcution of 2.3 km underground portion from Chandpole to Badi Chaupar, with two stations. Line 1–Phase B is being financed by ADB and expected to be completed by March 2018 at a cost of INR 1126 crore. 2. Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) is the Executing Agency for the Project. The sole civil works contract package under the project was awarded to Continental Engineering Corporation (CEC) in September 2013. The General Consultant overseeing the design and supervision of physical works is Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC). 3. Progress in construction works as of December 2015 are: i) TBM 1 crossed Chandpole gate and has completed tunnelling of approximate 1000 m and has reached Chhoti Chaupar Station area ii) TBM 2 successfully crossed chandpole gate on 21.12.2015 and no structural distress were observed. TBM 2 has completed tunneling of approximately 250 m iii) Chandpole Gate is being closely monitored through various instruments namely Prism, Pavement Settlement Markers, Multi Point Borehole Extensomenter, Crack Meter, Automatic Deformation Monitoring System, vibration level monitors iv) Chhoti Chaupar station work using cut & cover method is on going v) For constrcution work of D Wall at Badi Chaupar, traffic has been blocked at Badi Chaupar (Tripolia Side) with one way still open for movement of general traffic, this is with permission of Traffic Police, Jaipur and as per consensus with Business community vii) Dismantling of Badi Chaupar Water tank has been approved by Heritage consultant and dismentalling work completed in November 2015 . As of December 2015, total physical and financial accomplishments are about 34.33% and 24.28% respectively. The contract has achieved physical 10% and financial 9.48% progress during this reporting quarter ending December 2015. The key achievement of this reporting period was crossing of TBM 2 underneath Chandpole gate. The gate sustained no damage during the tunneling process. Extra precautions had been taken to ensure no mishap happens during the tunneling process. 12 prisms had been installed on both sides of the gate to keep a check on the vibrations with monitoring the reading every hour. Additionally, 10 crack meter and six strips of glass have also been put on the gate to receive any information if the cracks widen. Moreover, eight Multi Point Borehole Extensometer (MPBX) have been installed at the depth of 2.5 meter and 5 meter. The status of all the relevant structures have been regulaly monitored. Sites are being regularly visited by JMRC Heritage/strcutural experts i.e., M/s Abha Narain Lambah Associates and M/s Shashank Mehendale & Associates. 4. The environmental and social safeguards of the project are being implemented in compliance with the loan covenants, project agreement and contractor is complying with the proposed mitigation measures described in the Environmental Management Plan (EMP);Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Manual and the contract specifications.The implementation of environmental and social safeguards are being monitored at Project Management and General Consultant (GC) level. With exception of few issues the project is being implemented in compliace with project requirements. 5. With regards to the baseline study carried out on heritage structures located in the project area before the start of work of Phase 1B, during the reporting period of report i.e. up to Decmeber 2015 no major changes in the condition of structures have been reported.

iii 6. The list of structures requiring immediate action was submitted to Jaipur Nagar Nigam, so that to ensure no damage during the tunneling work. Preventive measures like propping of the verandahs and the repair of shops along the above length have been taken up during the tunneling work and beyond. 7. For structures located around the Chaupars (station sites) where construction works are ongoing, proactive measures of providing propping support to unstable structures is already in place and are taken care by by the contractor under instructions of the ‗engineer‘ (General Consultants). In addition regular monitoring of weak structures through installation of crack, tilt and vibration meters and building settlement markers is also being done on regular basis. 8. The minor social and resettlement impacts such as the acquisition of a strip of private land (10 by 10 meters) outside Chandpole station and at the tunnel construction start point, as the shops (3 Shopkeepers) on that strip are blocking traffic. JMRC has already rehabilitated the shop owners across the Chandpole Metro Station near Church land. 6 Temples at Chhoti Chaupar, which were infringing the station box area have all been rehabilitated and given built up structures as per their satisfaction at Old Atish market land. 7 temples at Badi Chaupar have been identified which are infringing the station box area, out of these 7, As on date none of them has been relocated. Out of 7 temples, 3 have been alloted land at Tanwar Ji Ka Nauhra near Tripolia Bazar and rext 4 have been given land under various Government. Schemes in Jaipur. 9. Civil Administration and JMRC has ensured round the clock availability of Rescue team consisting of Ambulance, Civil defence, Earth movind Machines & Crane, staff from Jaipur Discom and PHED. This is to ensure quick response to any problem which may arise during construction. 10. After complete and detailed documentation of Badi Chaupar and handing over of Gaumukh to A & M Department, Government of Rajasthan, the old water tank has been refilled and the station work will begin soon after completetion of D Wall/ top slab work. 11. The construction works are proceeding in accordance with the provisions of the EMP such as review of monitoring reports, regulatory compliance action plan and approval by the GC.The environmental monitoring plan is successfully being implemented by the JMRC through an instrumentation company M/s AMIL engaged by executing agency with the approval of ‗Engineer‘. 12. JMRC and DMRC officials have regularly been meeting with the local people and business associations in the project area to inform them about the construction works. Measures have been taken to address concerns of the local businesses such as stopping of work and providing proper pathways for customers during festivals. All reports and information on the project is disclosed on the JMRC website. In addition JMRC has a full-time Public Relation Officer dealing with media/press issues and also maintains a facebook page and twitter account for disclosing project information and responding to queries and concerns from the general public. 13. Various proactive measures are being taken to implement project in compliance with requirements,prevent damages to heritage structures, coordination with relevant agencies, communicate with the public and address grievances of the local public. Areas such as public communications,documentation and reporting need further enhancement.

iv There were no significant environmental impacts observed during the reporting period. All environent related observations are regularly recorded and monitored and in case of any short-comings necessary corrective measures are taken up.

1. A.

INTRODUCTION

Purpose of the Report

14. The objective of environmental monitoring is to allow ADB and the Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) gather information to: i) evaluate the environmental management plan (EMP) progress by establishing compliance status, ii) detect and correct non-conformances, iii) identify unanticipated impacts and implement necessary mitigation measures, and iv) provide evidence to support enforcement of penalty provisions of the civil works contract to deter non-compliance. 15. Environmental monitoring and disclosure of quarterly or semi-annual monitoring reports is an ADB requirement for environmental category-A projects like Jaipur Metro Rail Line-1 Phase B. Environmental monitoring is part of project implementation process to be complied by both ADB and JMRC. The preparation and submission of the quarterly or semiannual monitoring reports is the responsibility of JMRC while supervision to provide guidance is the role of ADB. 16. As many sensitive heritage structures of the Pink City exist above the metro underground alignment, it was agreed during project preparation that quarterly environmental monitoring reports will be prepared and disclosed for this project. Since the significant physical construction works started in July 2015, the first environmental and social semiannual monitoring report for the period July 2014 – December 2014 has been submitted to ADB and disclosed on ADB and JMRC websites. Thereafter quarterly monitoring reports are being regularly submitted to ADB and disclosed on ADB and JMRC websites. This is the fourth quarterly environment and social monitoring report for reporting period October 2015 to December 2015. B.

Project Description

17. Jaipur, the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan, is one of the fastest growing cities in India. The fast paced industrial and commercial development has resulted in a steep rise in travel demand, but the city‘s existing public transport infrastructure is inadequate in terms of capacity and service. With the growing economy, passengers are shifting to private modes of transport, as evident in the rise in vehicle ownership, aggravating congestion and pollution. The modal share for public transport was 19% in 2009—one of the lowest in cities with more than 3 million inhabitants in India1. 18. In 2009, Jaipur Development Authority developed a comprehensive mobility plan, seeking to provide an overall transport plan, up to 2031, that emphasizes the preeminence of public transport for the movement of people, not just vehicles, and integrating land use with transport networks. The plan recommended, among others, the development of high capacity metro lines along the east–west corridor of 12 km from Mansarovar to Badi Chaupar, and the north–south corridor of 23 km from Ambabadi to Sitapura. In January 2010, the government of Rajasthan established the Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) to implement the metro rail lines. Line 1- Phase A (9.7 km elevated portion from Mansarovar to Chandpole) and Line 1-Phase B(2.3 km underground portion from Chandpole to Badi Chaupar, with two stations).

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http://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/project-document/79730/46417-001-rrp.pdf

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Line 1 – Phase B is being financed by ADB and expected to be completed by March 2018 at a cost of Rs. 1126 Crore2. Figure 1 show the system map of the Project.

Source: JMRC

Figure 1. JMRC Project System Map 2

https://www.jaipurmetrorail.in/Present%20Status

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Project Implementation Arrangement

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The Government of Rajasthan acting through the Urban Development and Housing Department and Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC) is the executing agency of the Project.JMRC has established an environment safeguard cell to look after implementation and monitoring of the safeguards measures associated with the Project. It constitute six officials of JMRC. Organization structure of Safeguards Cell is show in Figure 2.

Figure 2: Organization Structure of Safeguards Cell of JMRC

D.

Project Implementation Progress

21. As of December 2015, total physical and financial accomplishment are about 34.33% and 24.28%, respectively. The status of various construction activities is provided in the Table 1. Photolog demonstrating the progress of works is provided in Appendix 1.

4 Table 1: Status of Construction Works as of December 2015 S.N. 1

Activities Earthworks: Earthwork is to be done for construction of Launching shaft at Chandpole, construction of underground stations at ChhotiChaupar and BadiChaupar by cut &cover method. During the tunnelling earth will be excavated with Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM-I & II).

Location Location

Chandpole Chhoti Chaupar Badi Chaupar Tunnelling Work Cut & cover

Status

Estimated quantity (in cum) 8000 120000 120000 180000 60000

Location Chandpole Chhoti Chaupar Badi Chaupar Tunnelling Work Cut & cover 200000 150000 100000 50000 0

% Completion 100% 16% 0% 26.04% 0%

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Activities Spoils Disposal: Location

Chandpole Chhoti Chaupar Badi Chaupar Tunnelling Work Cut & cover

Location

Estimated quantity *(in cum) 8000 108000

1. 2. 3. 4.

Status

Sumel Govindpura/Ropada Mathuradaspura Langariyawas

 Jaipur Development Authority has allotted following soil disposal sites vide letter dated 01.09.2014 1. Sumel 2. Govindpura/Ropada 3. Mathuradaspura

108000 180000

 Jaipur Nagar Nigam has allotted following soil disposal sites vide letter dated 08.09.2014:

60000

*Estimated quantity of soil which will be disposed during complete project duration

1. Langariyawas  Spoil disposed at different disposal sites during the reporting period is as under: Location

Sumel Govindpura/Ro pada Mathuradaspura Langariyawas

Estimated quantity (in cum) 8000 20000 40454 0

Muck Disposal Sumel Govindp ura Mathura saspura Langariy awas 3

Vegetation Clearing:

and

Plant

Some trees are coming in the metro route in launching shaft at Chandpole, station box and in entry exit at ChhotiChaupar and BadiChaupar. These trees are to be cut or relocated with the prior approval of

 Location of the trees as per survey which are to be cut or located as under: Location Metro route Entry/Exit at ChhotiChaupar&

Trees 92 35

Permission for cutting/ transplantation of 20 trees has been obtained from ADM, Jaipur vide their letter dated 24.04.2015. Details of trees cut transplanted is as under:

or

6 S.N.

Activities District Collector.

Location BadiChaupar Ancillary Building 20 area at ChhotiChaupar  The tree species include Gulmohar, Banyan tree & Pipal tree.  The trees are being transplanted at Ghat ki Guni, Sylvan Biodeversity forest Agra road Jaipur & Ram Niwas Bagh, JDA Jaipur.

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Status Location Metro route Entry/Exit at Chhoti Chaupar & Badi Chaupar Ancillary Building area at Chhoti Chaupar

Trees 51 18

10

100 50 0

Utility Shifting: Utility shifting is an important activity for underground station work. Underground electric cables, water supply lines and telecom lines are to be realigned at Chandpole for launching shaft and underground station at ChhotiChaupar and BadiChaupar.

Status during reporting period is as under: Chandpole – Launching shaft Electric cables Water supply lines Telecom lines Chhoti Chaupar Electric cables Water supply lines Telecom lines Badi Chaupar Electric cables Water supply lines

Chandpole – Launching shaft Electric cables 100% Water supply 100% lines Telecom lines 100% Chhoti Chaupar Electric cables 100% Water supply 100% lines Telecom lines 100% Badi Chaupar Electric cables 100% Water supply 90% lines Telecom lines 95%

Telecom lines

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Traffic Management and Diversion:

Chandpole Launching Shaft

Chandpole Launching Shaft

For the construction of launching shaft at Chandpole, underground stations at Chhoti Chaupar and Badi Chaupar, traffic is to be diverted.

Traffic from Station Road to Jhotwara Road has been diverted via Pareek College Road.

Traffic Management & diversion is continuing.

Chhoti Chaupar

Chhoti Chaupar

Project specific traffic management plan has been developed and the same has been approved by Jaipur

Direct access from Chandpole Bazar to Tripolia Bazar. Traffic is diverted via Nahargarh Road – Gangauri

Road is open for traffic from all directions. BadiChaupar

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Activities Traffic Authority.

Location Bazar – Cheeni Ki Burj.

Badi Chaupar Traffic Diversion under preparation 6

Plan

is

Status Out of 4 lanes, 2 lanes have been closed for diaphragm wall work. Two-way traffic is flying through the remaining two lanes.

Launching shaft: Launching shaft is to be constructed for tunnel boring machine. A launching shaft has diaphragm wall/concrete wall and it is built to be permanent. Once the access shaft is completed, Tunnel Boring Machine will be lowered to the bottom and excavation will start. Launching shaft is the main entrance & exit of the tunnel until project is complete.

Chandpole

Launching shaft work has been completed.

Launching shaft is rectangular in shape and constructed with reinforce cement concrete M50 grade. Walls of launching shaft are 800 mm thick. Dimension of launching shaft at Chandpole is 24m X 20m and a depth of 14m. 7

Tunnel Boring Machine Tunnel boring machine will be used in excavating and advancing tunnels through any type of ground strata for the complete tunnelling work. The underlying principle of the EPB method is that the excavated soil or muck itself is used to provide continuous support to the tunnel face by balancing earth pressure against the forward pressure of the machine. As the shield advances at the face, the cutter head on the TBM rotates through the earth. The excavated soil is then mixed together with a

The main activities of these TBMs are as under: TBM 1 Refurbishment Lowering in launching shaft Tunneling work

1875 meter

TBM 2 Refurbishment Lowering in launching shaft Tunneling work

1875 meter

TBM 1 Refurbishment 100% Lowering in 100% launching shaft Tunneling work 41.7% (782) tunneling completed. TBM 2 Refurbishment 100% Lowering in 100% launching shaft Tunneling work 9.01%(169) tunneling completed

8 S.N.

Activities special foam material that actually alters its viscosity or thickness and transforms it into flowing material. The use of a foaming agent to break down muck into a liquefied form provides some obvious benefits. The muck is then stored and controlled in a pressurized chamber located inside the cutter head, and is used to apply support and balance pressure to the tunnel face during the excavation process. The foam acts as a lubricant that conditions the soil to a suitable fluidity, in effect reducing the risk of clogging in the pressurized chamber head or muck storage area. A screw conveyor then removes excess fluidized muck in controlled volumes from behind the cutter head and in front of the "Pressure bulkhead", synchronizing the screw conveyor with the actual speed of the tunnel boring machine, and equalizing the actual volume of soil travelling into and out of the machine and establishes earth pressure balance during excavation, thereby also reducing the risk of surface or ground settlement. The performance of the EPBV machine, however, largely depends on the actual properties of the excavated muck. The soil may be coarse sands, gravel or stiff clays. The EPB TBM also has the unique capability of placing a continuous ring of segment liners from within the tail shield of the machine inside the tunnel as it advances. These concrete segments provide critical additional reinforcement and support

Location

Status TBM-1 2000 1000 0 Tunneling Work TBM-2 2000 1000 0 Tunneling work

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Activities and accomplish all tunnel construction in one pass.

Location

Status

Tunnelling works from Chandpole to BadiChaupar will be done by the two TBMs. Diameter of the cutting head of TBM is 6.55 meter. The tunnel size is of 5.60 meter internal diameter. 8

Segment casting: Internal lining of the tunnel will be done by precast reinforced cement concrete segments. The segments are to be constructed with M 50 concrete having outer diameter of 6.35 meter. One ring comprises 6 segments.

Segment casting will be done at casting yard in Bhankarota.

Rings casted are as under:

Rings Rings

3200 (19200 segments)

51% (1607)

4000 2000 0 Rings

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Guide wall and D wall at ChhotiChaupar&BadiChau par stations: For the construction of DWall initially guide walls are constructed so as to keep the D-Wall in proper alignment. Guide walls are constructed with reinforce cement concrete of M20 grade. The thickness of guide wall is about 600 mm and depth is 1.5 m. Diaphragms walls are constructed with reinforce cement concrete of M35 grade. The thickness of diaphragms wall is about 800 mm and depth is about 26 m.

Location Length (m) Chhoti Chaupar Guide Wall 590 D-Wall 590 Badi Chaupar Guide Wall 590 D-Wall 590

Location % Completion Chhoti Chaupar Guide Wall 87.12%(514) D-Wall 72%(425) Badi Chaupar Guide Wall 42.38%(252) D-Wall

16.2%(96.29)

Chhoti Chaupar 1000 0 Guide Wall D Wall Badi Chaupar

10 S.N.

Activities

Location

Status 1000 500 0 Guide Wall D Wall

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Roof Slabs at ChhotiChaupar&BadiChau par Station Stations are to be constructed with top down method. Top slab, roof slab, concourse slab & base slab are to be constructed.

Location Area (sqm) Chhoti Chaupar Top slab 7000 Roof slab 7000 Concourse 7000 Base slab 7000 Badi Chaupar Top slab 7000 Roof slab 7000 Concourse 7000 Base slab 7000

Location Area (sqm) Chhoti Chaupar Top slab 3696 Roof slab 3566 Concourse 0 Base slab 0 Badi Chaupar Top slab 0 Roof slab 0 Concourse 0 Base slab 0 Top slab work at tripolia & chandpole sides has been completed at Chhoti Chaupar. D-wall construction at Chhoti Chaupar is under progress. D-wall construction at Badi Chaupar will be starting in this quarter

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Establishment of construction camp:  A construction camp for labourers has been established near to casting yard area in November 2014.

Casting Yard, Bhankrota Number of blocks Total Camp Area Capacity

9 6227 sq.m 9X48

Facilities to be provided Bathing room Dining room Urinal & toilet Drinking water with cooling facility fans playground

Completed. Number of blocks Area of each block Workers staying

9 692sqm 190

Facilities installed Bathing room Yes Dining room Yes Urinal & toilet Yes Drinking water Yes with cooling facility fans Yes playground Yes

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Activities Other Facilities:      

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Batching Plant, Laboratory, RO Plant Chiller Plant Diesel Generating Set Briquette Boiler

Location

Following facilities are provided at casting Yard, Bhankrota: Item Batching Plant Quality Control Laboratory RO Plant Chiller Plant Diesel Generating Set

Capacity (i) 30 cum/hr (ii) 60 cum/hr Installed

Briquette Boiler

2 TPH

Status

Completed.

2 kl/hr 100 TR 500 KVA

Establishment and operation of quarry/ borrow area: For the construction work following material is sourced:

Quarry area and borrow area of construction material is as under: Material

   

Sand Aggregate Cement Steel

Sand Aggregate Cement Steel

Quarry / borrow area Banas Shakun, Lakher Lafarge SAIL, VIZAG,TATA

Volume of the extracted is as under:

Material

material

Volume (MT) Sand 6842.04 35538.55* Aggregate 10125.01 36366.69* Cement 3683 11725.11* Steel 1422.42 3870.57* * Up to date quantity 40000 20000 0

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2.

COMPLIANCE TO SAFEGUARDS PROVISIONS IN AGREEMENTS UNDER THE PROJECT

A.

Compliance to Loan Agreement

22. The environmental and social safeguard requirements are explicit provided in the Loan Agreement 3062-IND between ADB and State of Rajasthan through the Urban Development and Housing Department (UDH)and Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation (JMRC). These loan agreement provisions and compliance status are provided in Table 2. Table 2: Status of Compliance to Environmental Provisions of the Loan Agreement S. N. 1

Environmental Provision

Compliance Status

Schedule 4. Item 7(a): Conditions for awards commencement of Works

of

contracts,

7. As condition for award of any contract under the project the EA shall ensure the following:

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a. JMRC shall not award any Works contract which involves environmental impacts until JMRC incorporated the relevant provisions from the EMP and SHE into the Works contract, Schedule 4. Item 8: Conditions for award commencement of Works

of

contracts;

8. ―As a condition for commencement of Works contract under the Project which involves environmental impacts and if it requires environmental clearances, the State thorough the JMRC shall ensure that the final approval of environmental clearances including the EIA, SHE, from appropriate authority has been obtained.‖ 3

Complied.

SHE (Safety, Health and Environment) Manual and Environmental Management Plan (EMP) is a part of bidding document. Section 6 of Contract Agreement includes condition of contract on SHE and EMP, requiring the Contractor to implement the EMP and comply with requirements of SHE.

Complied.

The project did not require environmental clearance, as railways including metro projects in India are not included in the EIA Notification 2006 of GoI.

Schedule 5. Item 3: Environment 3. ―The Borrower shall ensure or cause the State Being complied. through JMRC to ensure that the preparation, design, construction, implementation,  Requirements on permits and operation and decommissioning of the Project clearance are being followed. facilities comply with (i) all applicable laws and regulations of the Borrower and State relating  SHE is strictly being complied with. to environment, health, and safety including SHE; (ii) the Environmental Safeguards; and  Requirements of EIA and EMP are (iii) all measures and requirements set forth in being implemented.

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Schedule 5. Item 4(a): Land Acquisition and Involuntary Resettlement

Being complied.

4 (a) Where the need arises, the Borrower shall ensure or cause the State through JMRC to ensure that all land and all rights-of-way required for the Project, and all Project facilities are made available to the Works contractor in accordance with the schedule agreed under the related Works contract and all land acquisition and resettlement activities are implemented in compliance with (i) all applicable laws and regulations of the Borrower and State relating to land acquisition and involuntary resettlement; (ii) the Involuntary Resettlement Safeguards; and (c) all measures and requirements set forth in the respective RP, and any corrective or preventative actions set forth in a Safeguards Monitoring Report.

All land acquisition and resettlement activities are implemented as per provisions of Indian Law.

Schedule 5. Item 4 (b) Land Acquisition and Involuntary Resettlement 4 (b) Without limiting the application of the Involuntary Resettlement Safeguards, or the RP, the Borrower shall ensure or cause the State through JMRC to ensure that no physical or economic displacement takes place in connection with the Project until: (a) compensation and other entitlements have been provided to affected people in accordance with the RP; and (b) a comprehensive income and livelihood restoration program has been established in accordance with the RP.

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Being complied. Compensation and other entitlements are being provided to affected people in accordance with applicable laws by JMRC.

Schedule 5. Item 5 Indigenous Peoples 5. Where the need arises, the Borrower shall ensure or cause the State through JMRC to ensure that the preparation, design, construction, implementation and operation of the Project, and all Project facilities comply with (a) all applicable laws and regulations of the Borrower and the State relating to

Not applicable. No issues on Indigenous peoples have arisen during the reporting period.

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indigenous peoples; (b) the Indigenous Peoples Safeguards; and (c) all measures and requirements set forth in the respective IPP, and any corrective or preventative actions set forth in a Safeguards Monitoring Report. Schedule 5. Item 6(a) & 6(b) Human and Financial Resources to Implement Safeguards Requirements

Being complied.

6 (a) ―The Borrower shall ensure or cause the  Safeguards cell comprising of 06 State through JMRC to ensure that all officers has been established in necessary budgetary and human JMRC since 2013. resources to fully implement the EMP, and  A JV of M/s Abha Narain Lambah the RP and the IPP as required‖ Associates and M/s Shashank Mehendale & Associates has been 6 (b) ―The Borrower shall ensure or cause the engaged as Heritage Consultant State through JMRC to ensure that at least through ICB. one expert each is designated to supervise implementation of the EMP, and  The Heritage Consultant is to monitor the RP and the IPP as required‖ the heritage structures lying along the metro route of Phase 1B.  JMRC has also engaged 3 senior Archaeological Consultants to supervise the excavation of Chhoti Chaupar and Badi Chaupar.  Safeguards experts are part of the PMC (DMRC) team and civil works contractor team.  Adequate budget allocation has been made for implementation of safeguards activities. 8

Schedule 5. Item 7(a) Safeguards – Related Provisions in Bidding Documents and Works Contracts. 7

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―comply with the measures and requirements relevant to the contractor set forth in the EIA, the EMP, SHE, the RP and the IPP as applicable (to the extent they concern impacts on affected people during construction), and any corrective or preventative actions set out in a Safeguards Monitoring Report.

Schedule 5. Item 7(b) Safeguards – Related Provisions in Bidding Documents and Works Contracts.

Being complied. Safeguards experts are part of the PMC (DMRC) and civil works contractor teams are implementing safeguard measures. Adequate budget allocation is being made for implementation of safeguards activities.

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7 (b) ―make available a budget for all such environmental and social measures‖ 10

Schedule 5. Item 7(c) Safeguards-Related Provisions Documents and Works Contract.

in

Bidding

7 (c) ―provide the JMRC with a written notice of any unanticipated environmental, resettlement or indigenous peoples risks if any, or impacts that arise during construction, implementation or operation of the Project that were not considered in the EIA, the EMP, and the RP and the IPP if any;‖ 11

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Being complied.

Being complied. Appropriate measures are being and will be taken to address these issues, as they arise.

Schedule 5. Item 8(a) Safeguards – Related Provisions in Bidding Documents and Works Contracts.

Being complied.

8 (a) submit quarterly Safeguards Monitoring Reports to ADB and disclose relevant information from such reports to affected persons promptly upon submission‖

Quarterly Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports are being timely submitted by JMRC to ADB. The reports are also being disclosed on ADB and JMRC websites.

Schedule 5. Item 8(b) Safeguards – Related Provisions in Bidding Documents and Works Contracts. 8 (b) ―if any unanticipated environmental and/or social risks and impacts arise during construction, implementation or operation of the Project that were not considered in the EIA, the EMP, SHE, and RP and IPP as applicable, promptly inform ADB of the occurrence of such risks or impacts, with detailed description of the event and proposed corrective action plan.

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Being complied.

Schedule 5. Item 8(c) Safeguards – Related Provisions in Bidding Documents and Works Contracts. 8 (c) Report any breach of compliance with the measures and requirements set forth in the EMP, SHE and the RP or the IPP if any, promptly after becoming aware of the breach.

Being complied.

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Schedule 5. Item 9 9. The Borrower shall ensure or cause the State through JMRC to ensure that no proceeds of the Loan under the Project are used to finance any activity included in the list of prohibited investment activities provided in Appendix 5 of ADB‘s Safeguard Policy Statement (2009).

15

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Being complied

Schedule 5. Item 10 Other Social Measures

Complied.

10. The EA shall ensure that civil works contracts under the Project follow all applicable labor laws of the Borrower and State and that these further include provisions to the effect that contractors; (i) carry out HIV/AIDS awareness programs for labor and disseminate information at worksites on risks of sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS as part of health and safety measures for those employed during construction; and (ii) follow and implement all statutory provisions on labor (including not employing or using children as labor, equal pay for equal work), health, safety, welfare, sanitation, and working conditions. Such contracts shall also include clauses for termination in case of any breach of the stated provisions by the contractors.

 Various awareness programmes have been conducted during the reporting period.  HIV/AIDS awareness programmes are conducted on regular basis. 1stDecember 2015 on world AIDS Days.  Monthly environmental training, physical training and general housekeeping training are conducted in line with India Government‘s Swachha Bharat Abhiyan. Details of Awareness Programs and Meetings are provided in Appendix 2

Schedule 5. Item 11 11. The EA shall ensure the safety and status of Being complied. the heritage sites and structures involved in the Project site at its own cost and in this  In the bidding document, provision regard ensure all appropriate steps included wasmade to conduct Baseline as detailed in the PAM. Building condition survey, wherein the structural stability of structures lying on 30 m on either side of the route alignment of Phase 1B was recorded so as to help monitor any changes which may occur during construction.  JMRC through CEC (AIMIL) got the Building Condition Survey before commencement of work at site.  For the purpose of monitoring heritage structures along with the metro route alignment of Phase 1B, JMRC has engaged Heritage

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Schedule 5. Item 12 Gender 12. The EA shall ensure that the Project is undertaken in conformity with the stakeholder communication strategy as agreed between ADB, the Borrower, State, and JMRC and referred in the PAM.

B.

Being complied.

Compliance to Project Administration Manual

23. The Project Administration Manual3 (PAM), describes how the JMRC will implement the project and deliver the results on time, with quality, within budget, and in accordance with government and Asian Development Bank (ADB) policies and procedures. The PAM is mandatory and serves as the main document describing implementation details. The status of implementing the safeguards requirements set out in PAM are provided in Table 3. Table 3: Compliance to PAM SN 1.

Details

Compliance Status

Section VII. Safeguards 40. Implementation of SHE and EIA. The safeguards cell within JMRC will coordinate and ensure that all environment safeguard requirements under the project are met. The SHE and EIA report including site specific EMP will be included in the contract documents. The contractors must include in their bid adequate budget for implementation of all items in the SHE and EIA. The safeguards cell through the project management consultant (Delhi Metro Rail Corporation) will monitor and report on the environmental compliance of contractors with the SHE and EIA and ensure proper implementation of the grievance and redress mechanism. Key implementation activities for each stage of the project are as follows:

3

Being complied. Sample monthly monitoring report is provided in Appendix 3.

http://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/project-document/79731/46417-001-pam.pdf

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3.

Details

Compliance Status

(i)Pre-construction: All contractors will complete the following activities no later than 30 days from the issuance of Notice to Proceed:

Being complied.

1. Submit appointment letter and resume of the Contractor‘s Health and Safety Officer (HSO) who will be the on-site focal person for environment safeguards; 2. HSO will engage CSC-Environment Specialist, and JMRC safeguards cell to a meeting to discuss in detail the SHE and EIA seek clarification and recommend corresponding revisions if necessary;

HSO‘s CV was submitted on 9 May 2014 and itwas approved was GC 15 May 2014.

3. HSO will request CSC-ES copy of monthly monitoring formats and establish deadlines for submission;

Formats for Monthly Monitoring Report has been finalize with CSCEnvironment Specialist. Monitoring report is being sent on monthly basis in prescribed format.

4. HSO will submit for CSC-ES approval an action plan to secure all permits and approvals needed during construction stage such as for operation of crushers and hot mix plants, transport and storage of hazardous materials, waste disposal sites, use of ground water etc.

HSO has submitted plan and action is being taken accordingly.

5. HSO will submit for approval of CSC-ES the construction camp layout before its establishment where camps are required, and

Camp has been constructed as per approved layout diagram.

6. Before start of construction, the contractor will post signs in and around the construction site with information on the names, positions, contact numbers, and addresses of key people for receiving grievances

Adequate relevant signage has been displayed. Photolog is in Appendix 1.

SHE and EIA have been discussed in detail by HSO with CSC-Environment Specialist, and JMRC safeguards cell. Details of meetings provided in Appendix 2.

(ii) Construction: The JMRC safeguards cell through the PMC will monitor the Contractor‘s compliance to the SHE and EIA. In case of non-conformances, the safeguards cell will recommend corrective measures and ensure their timely implementation. If any unanticipated impacts become apparent, the safeguards cell will inform ADB. If required the EIA report will be updated, and mitigation measures and resources to address the new impacts will be identified

Being complied.

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Details (iii)Post-construction:

Compliance Status Not yet due. Will be done in accordance with SHE & EIA.

5.

The safeguards cell through the PMC will certify works completed in accordance with SHE and EIA and ensure all construction sites are satisfactorily rehabilitated and restored or otherwise recommend withholding of payments 41. PMC Environmental Specialist: JMRC will ensure PMC (Delhi Metro Rail Corporation) to provide an Environmental Specialist who will, full time during construction, to monitor compliance by the contractor to the SHE and EIA in support of JMRC safeguard cell. The key qualification and experience consist of (a) minimum of a Master‘s Degree in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) or Environmental Engineering orrelated subjects; and (b) experience of minimum of 5 years of working experience in conducting Environmental Assessments, implementing and/or supervising environment management activities in infrastructure projects. The objective is to ensure contractor‘s compliance to the Safety Health and Environment (SHE) Guidelines and EIA in accordance with the requirements of the ADB Safeguard Policy Statement (SPS) 2009 as well as relevant policies of the Government of India. The main output is the Quarterly monitoring report during the construction period. The responsibilities include:

Being complied.

 Review EIA report including site specific EMP and SHE guidelines to understand the environmental issues in the project area and mitigation and monitoring requirements of the project.

Complied.

 Update the site specific EMP if there are any significant changes in the project scope or environmental conditions to incorporate all new environmental issues and mitigation measures

Being complied.

 Prepare monitoring checklists/ templates for daily or weekly monitoring on implementation of the SHE and site specific EMP by the contractor.

Complied.

 Organize a consultation meeting with JMRC safeguards cell, contractors Health and Safety Officers (HSO), Site Engineer and Heritage

Being complied.

6.

Mr. S.A. Verma, Sr. AGM/DMRC /Delhi is designated by PMC as itsEnvironmental Specialist to monitor compliance by the Contractor for SHE and EIA. His assistantsare doing full time monitoring in Jaipur.

EIA, EMP and SHE guidelines have been reviewed.

EMP will be requirements.

updated

as

per

Site specific monitoring checklists/ templates for daily or weekly monitoring on implementation of the SHE and EMP has been prepared.

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Details Expert before the start of physical works to clarify roles and responsibilities of each party. After start of physical works organize a coordination meeting at least every quarter to provide updates, clarify and follow up on pending issues etc.

Compliance Status A consultation meeting between JMRC‘s Safeguard Cell, Contractor, Health and Safety Officers (HSO), Site Engineer and Heritage Expert held before the start of physical work to clarify roles and responsibilities of each party. Coordination meetings in between JMRC‘s Safeguard Cell, Contractors, Health and Safety Officers (HSO), Site Engineer and Heritage Expert are being held regularly.

 Where necessary organize technical training programs to enhance the field level staff‘s understanding on environmental issues such as health impacts of dust and noise, waste/debris disposal and management, safety issues etc.

Being complied.

 Monitor implementation of the SHE and site specific EMP by the contractor on a daily or weekly basis. In doing so complete the daily or weekly monitoring checklists.

Being complied.

 Provide site based technical advice to the contractors where necessary during construction activities

Site based technical advice to the contractors is being given by DMRC experts.

 Co-ordinate with the contractor‘s site engineers on monitoring and data collection on noise and vibration generated during tunnelling works and operation of heavy machinery

PMC‘s environment team is coordinating with contractor‘s site engineers on monitoring and data collection on noise and vibration generated during operation of heavy machinery. It will also be monitored during tunnelling works.

 Coordinate with the Heritage Expert on getting data on monitoring and status of heritage structures above ground.

PMC‘s environment team is coordinating with the Heritage Expert on getting data on monitoring and status of heritage structures above ground.

Environmental training programs are conducted on regular basis. The training is conducted by contractor‘s HSO. If required additional training will be provided by third party agencies on environmental issues. Details of training sessions are provided in Appendix 2.

Monitoring of implementation of SHE and site specific EMP are being done by Contractor‘s HSO on regular basis. SHE meeting is held with participation from JMRC, DMRC and Contractor and sub-contractors to ensure compliance and implementation of SHE requirements and EMP.

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Details  Facilitate the functioning of the Grievance Redress Mechanism and maintain proper records of all environment related grievances and details on how they were addressed.

Compliance Status A system is in place to facilitate the functioning of the Grievance Redress Mechanism and maintain proper records of all environment related grievances and details on how they are addressed. Noted for compliance.

 Prepare quarterly Environmental Monitoring reports based on monitoring site visits, completed checklists and quarterly meetings for  For compliance of the SHE and site specific EMP by the submission to JMRC safeguards cell and ADB. contractor regular visit is being Amongst other environment safeguard issues, done by the Environmental team the monitoring report must cover: of CSC.  compliance to the SHE and site specific  For monitoring of the vibration EMP by the contractor during the construction  vibration monitoring activities conducted by instrumentation has been done by contractor‘s engineers M/s CEC as per approval given  grievances redress mechanism by CSC. The monitoring will be  monitoring and status of heritage sites done by a third party agency i.e. above ground M/s. AIMIL.  Grievances redress mechanism is in place.

 For monitoring the status of heritage site above the ground a Heritage Consultant i.e. M/s Abha Narain Lambah Associates and M/s Shashank Mehendale and Associates (JV) has been appointed by JMRC. During the tunneling the team of heritage consultant will be at site to monitor the status of buildings and heritage structures along the metro route. 7.

42. Monitoring of Heritage Structures JMRC through DMRC will retain at its own cost the Being complied. current Heritage architect as the Heritage site through competitive expert during construction of the underground  JMRC bidding has engaged heritage metro section. The expert will be responsible for consultant M/s Abha Narain conducting a baseline survey of heritage sites Lambah Associates and M/s above the metro alignment and conducting regular Shashank Mehendale & monitoring of the status of the heritage sites Associates (JV) to monitor the throughout the construction period. The expert will heritage structures lying along the be responsible for coordinating necessary metro route of Phase 1B. procedures if any historical/traditional artifacts are found during tunneling works. He/she will also  JMRC has also engaged 3 senior provide advice on technical measures during Archaeology Consultants to

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Details Compliance Status construction to prevent damages to the heritage supervise the excavation of structures. In the event of any damage to a heritage Chhoti Chaupar and Badi structure he/she will immediately alert JMRC and Chaupar. recommend appropriate mitigation or restoration measures. Key outputs are: (a) Monthly monitoring  Heritage Consultant got report; (b) No damage on heritage structures; and conducted Baseline survey for (c) in the event of damage, implementation of existing building‘s condition along immediate restoration and mitigation measures. the metro route and has The main responsibilities are: submitted Building Inventory report.  Structural survey of buildings along the metro route has also conducted and submitted report, wherein they categorized buildings under 3 categories 1. Unstable Structures requiring preventive propping and immediate demolition/ evacuation. 2. Part of structure unstable requiring propping & partial replacement /demolition. 3. No major instability. These reports have been shared with ADB and concerned local agency who will be further taking necessary action. A re-evaluation for the structural condition of the shops along Chandpole launching site (from Chandpole gate to Chhoti Chaupar) was conducted by the Joint team of JMRC, DMRC and M/s CEC engineers. Preventive measures like propping of the verandahs and the shops along the above length have been taken by contractor. The consolidated list of unstable structures requiring immediate attention will be further shared with local agency (Jaipur Municipal Corporation) for further course of action.

8.

 At least one month before the start of Complied. construction activities conduct a baseline survey of all heritage structures above the metro  Before the start of construction

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  

 

9.

Details Compliance Status alignment and record detailed information activity, Building Condition Survey including, but not limited to: list of heritage of all structure along the metro structures with details on location and distance route with photograph of existing from the metro alignment, exact height of cracks and damages was structures above ground, existence of cracks/ conducted by CEC through damages prior to start of construction, detailed AIMIL. photographs etc.  Before the start of construction Monitor the condition of the heritage structures activity, Baseline Survey of all the on a monthly basis throughout the construction structure along the metro route period and compare the status with the baseline with detailed photographs was status to ensure that there are no changes from conducted by Heritage Consultant the baseline condition. i.e. M/s Abha Narain Lambah Coordinating necessary procedures if any Associates and M/s Shashank historical/traditional artifacts are found during Mehandale and Associates (JV). tunnelling works. Provide advice on technical measures during  Based on the reports and survey construction to prevent damages to the heritage submitted by Heritage consultant, structures. CEC is regularly monitoring status of buildings and the status is In the event of observation in any damage to any reported through daily and weekly heritage structure/s immediately alert JMRC and reports. recommend appropriate mitigation or restoration measures.  Heritage Consultant entrusted to advice on measures during Provide technical advice on and supervise the construction to prevent damages mitigation or restoration activity. to the heritage structures. Prepare a monitoring report on a monthly basis to record activities implemented and monitoring  Heritage Consultant is submitting findings and submit to JMRC safeguards cell as monitoring report on monthly well the Environmental Specialist. Findings of basis to record activities the report will be included in the quarterly implemented and monitoring environmental monitoring report that will be findings to JMRC. Appendix 5 prepared by the environmental specialist.

Section VII- Safeguards b) Social – Involuntary resettlement.

Being complied.

44. If any changes or additional land requirements or involuntary resettlement impacts are identified, a resettlement plan will be prepared in accordance with the ADB Safeguard Policy Statement (2009) and the same is further approved by ADB before award of related civil works contract and implemented before commencement of the relevant section of the civil works contract as applicable.

6 Temples at Chhoti Chaupar, which were infringing the station box area have all been rehabilitated and given built up structures as per their satisfaction at Old Atish market land. 7 temples at Badi Chaupar have been identified which are infringing the station box area, out of these 7. As on date none of them has been dismantled. Out of 7 temples, 3 have been allotted land at Tanwar Ji Ka Nauhra near Tripolia Bazar and rest 4 have been given land under various Govt. Schemes in Jaipur.

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Details Section VII - Safeguards

Compliance Status

c) Social – Indigenous people 45. In case of any adverse impacts if identified during implementation on indigenous people, the JMRC will ensure that the Indigenous Peoples Plan (IPP) is prepared in accordance with the ADB Safeguard Policy Statement (2009) and the same is further approved by ADB before award of related civil works contract and implemented before commencement of the relevant section of the civil works contract as applicable. 11

Not Applicable.

Section VIII - Gender and Social Dimensions 47 Gender consultation and participation

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Meaningful consultations that are gender inclusive and responsive will be carried out as early as in the project preparation stage and will be carried out on an ongoing basis throughout the project cycle.

Complied.

JMRC shall ensure that the bidding documents provide clauses to ensure that all civil works contractors comply with labor laws by not employing child labor; encouraging the employment of the poor, particularly women; and not offering different wages to men and women on work of equal value.

This provision is a part of the bidding document.

Section VIII - Gender and Social Dimensions 49. HIV and AIDS JMRC will ensure that all civil works contractors (i) carry out awareness programs for labor on the risks of sexually transmitted diseases/AIDS and human trafficking; and (ii) disseminate information at worksites on the risks of sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS as part of health and safety measures for those employed during construction. Contracts for the project will include specific clauses on these undertakings, and compliance will be strictly monitored by JMRC.

Complied. Periodically awareness about HIV/AIDS is discussed in morning tool box talk and apart from this the medical officer visits the labour camp and explains the risk of sexually transmitted disease on periodic basis. Appendix 2.

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Details Section VIII - Gender and Social Dimensions

Compliance Status

50. Health. JMRC shall ensure that contractors provide adequately for the health and safety of construction workers and further ensure that bidding documents include measures on how contractors will address this, including an information and awareness raising campaign for construction workers on sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS, and human trafficking.

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Complied. Various type of awareness programme has been conducted during this period. Apart from this monthly environmental training, physical training and general housekeeping training are conducted in line with India Government‘s Swatch Bharat Abhiyan.

Section VIII - Gender and Social Dimensions 51. Labor JMRC shall ensure that:

Complied.

i. civil works contractors comply with all  Civil work contractor is complying applicable labor laws and regulations, do not with all applicable labour laws employ child labor for construction and and regulations. maintenance activities, and provide appropriate facilities for women and children in construction  No child labour is employed. campsites; ii. people directly affected by the projects are  Preference is being given to given priority to be employed by the contractor; people directly affected by the project. iii. contractors do not differentiate wages between men and women for work of equal value; and  Complying with equal remuneration Act. iv. specific clauses ensuring these will be included in bidding documents. The construction  Specific clause for ensuring supervision consultants monitor the provisions. labour law etc. has been included in the bidding document. 15

Section IX - Performance Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Communication B. Monitoring. Disclosure of Environmental Assessments and Monitoring Reports ADB and JMRC will disclose on their respective websites the EIA Report. The quarterly monitoring reports will also be disclosed on the ADB website.

Being complied. EIA report has been disclosed on ADB and JMRC websites. Also 1st Semi Annual and subsequent Quarterly Environmental and Social Monitoring Reports are also disclosed on ADB and JMRC websites. www.jaipurmetrorail.in

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Details

Compliance Status This is the 4thquarterly report (October 2015 – December 2015) on environmental and social safeguards compliance.

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Section IX Performance Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Communication B. Monitoring 55. Safeguards monitoring - Resettlement If impact is identified during project implementation, a monitoring system will be established based on the ADB Safeguard Policy Statement (2009) and Government of India regulations.

17

Being complied. All resettlement and relocation issues will be settled on mutually agreed terms.

Section IX Performance Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Communication B. Monitoring 56. Indigenous People If impact is identified during project implementation, a monitoring system will be established based on the ADB Safeguard Policy Statement (2009) and Government of India regulations.

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No impact is identified.

Section IX Performance Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Communication B. Monitoring 58. Grievance Redress Mechanism Grievances related to the implementation of the project, particularly regarding the land acquisition and R&R will be acknowledged, evaluated, and responded to the complainant with corrective actions. Any grievance regarding the land acquisition and R&R is received by OSD (Land), JMRC and is addressed through the decision of the ―Negotiation Committee‖.

C.

Being complied JMRC regularly conducts meetings with project affected people and maintains proper documentation to track their redressal.The details are at Table 12 in this report.

Compliance to the Civil Works Contract Agreement

24. The contractor is liable to comply with the safeguards clauses included in the contract agreement. Table 4 below provides an update on the status of safeguards compliance by the civil works contractor.

27 Table 4: Compliance to the safeguards Clauses of the Civil Work Contract S.N. 1

Description GCC Sub Clause 4.8

Compliance Status

Safety Procedures The Contractor shall: a) comply with all applicable safety regulations, b) take care for safety of all persons entitled to be on the Site, c) use reasonable efforts to keep the Site and Works clear of unnecessary obstruction so as to avoid danger to these persons, d) provide fencing, lighting, guarding and watching of the Works until completion and taking over under Clause 10 [Employer‘s Taking Over], and e) Provide any Temporary Works (including roadways, footways, guards and fences) which may be necessary, because of the execution of the Works, for the use and protection of the public and the owners and occupiers of adjacent land. 2

Being complied. Contractor is taking adequate measures to comply with regulations on safety of workers.

GCC Sub-Clause 6.7 Health and Safety The Contractor shall at all times take all reasonable precautions to maintain the health and safety of the Contractor's Personnel. In collaboration with local health authorities, the Contractor shall ensure that medical staff, first aid facilities, sick bay and ambulance service are available at all times at the Site and at any accommodation for Contractor's and Employer's Personnel, and that suitable arrangements are made for all necessary welfare and hygiene requirements and for the prevention of epidemics.

Being complied.

The Contractor shall appoint an accident prevention officer at the Site, responsible for maintaining safety and protection against accidents. This person shall be qualified for this responsibility, and shall have the authority to Issue instructions and take protective measures to prevent accidents. Throughout the execution of the Works, the Contractor shall provide whatever is required by this person to exercise this responsibility and authority.

HSO is also working prevention officer.

Contractor is taking adequate measures as per the provision of SHE, which is also a part of bidding document.

as

accident

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Description The Contractor shall send, to the Engineer, details of any accident as soon as practicable after its occurrence. The Contractor shall maintain records and make reports concerning health, safety and welfare of persons, and damage to property, as the Engineer may reasonably require. PCC Sub-Clause 4.8 and 6.7

Compliance Status Being complied.

Safety Procedures and Health & Safety ―The Contractor shall throughout the execution of the Works including the carrying out of any testing, commissioning (including Integrated Testing and Commissioning), or remedying of any defects: (a) take full responsibility for the adequacy, stability, safety and security of the Works, Plant, Rolling Stock, Contractor's Equipment, Temporary Works, operations on Site and methods of manufacture, installation, construction and transportation; (b) have full regard for the safety of all persons on or in the vicinity of the Site (including without limitation persons to whom access to the Site has been allowed by the Contractor), comply with all relevant safety regulations, including provision of safety gear, and insofar as the Contractor is in occupation or otherwise is using areas of the Site, keep the Site and the Works (so far as the same are not completed and occupied by the Employer) in an orderly state appropriate to the avoidance of injury to all persons and shall keep the Employer indemnified against all injuries to such persons; (c) provide and maintain all lights, guards, fences and warning signs and watchmen when and where necessary or required by the Engineer or by laws or by any relevant authority for the protection of the Works and for the safety and convenience of the public and all persons on or in the vicinity of the Site; and (d) where any work would otherwise be carried out in darkness, ensure that all parts of the Site where work is being carried out are so lighted as to ensure the safety of all persons on or in the vicinity of

Being complied. Adequate health and safety measures are being implemented as per the provision of SHE, which is also a part of bidding document.

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Description the Site and of such work.

Compliance Status

Contractor is required to take note of all the necessary provisions in Employer‘s Safety, Health and Environment Manual (SHE Manual) and the Contractor‘s price shall be inclusive of all the necessary costs to meet the prescribed safety standards. Precaution shall be taken by the Contractor to ensure the health and safety of his staff and labour. The Contractor shall, in collaboration with and to the requirements of the local health authorities, ensure that medical staff, first aid facilities, sick bay and ambulance service are available at the accommodation and on the Site at all times, and that suitable arrangements are made for all necessary welfare and hygiene requirements and for the prevention of epidemics. The Contractor shall maintain records and make reports concerning health, safety and welfare of persons, and damage to property, as per the Engineer‘s requirement and will ensure complete compliance with relevant clauses of Employer‘s Health, Safety and Environment Manual (SHE Manual). The Contractor's Site Safety Plan shall be developed from his Outline Safety Plan as per Employer's Requirements and SHE Manual of the Employer. The Contractor shall appoint a member of his staff at the Site to be responsible for maintaining the safety, and protection against accidents, of personnel on the Site. This person shall be qualified for his work and shall have the authority to issue instructions and take protective measures to prevent accidents. Safety Precautions Within 8 weeks of the date of Notice to Proceed, the Contractor shall submit a detailed and comprehensive contract-specific Site Safety Plan based on the Employer‘s Safety, Health and Environmental Manual (SHE Manual). The Contractor is required to make himself aware of all the requirements of the Employer‘s Safety, Health and Environmental Manual in this regard and comply with them. The Site Safety Plan shall include detailed policies, procedures and

Being complied. Contractor has submitted site specific Safety plan and the same have been approved by CSC.

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Description regulations which, when implemented, will ensure compliance with Sub-Clauses 4.8 and 6.7 of the General Conditions of Contract.

Compliance Status

GCC Sub-Clause 4.18 Protection of the Environment The Contractor shall take all reasonable steps to protect the environment (both on and off the Site) and to limit damage and nuisance to people and property resulting from pollution, noise and other results of his operations.

Being complied.

The Contractor shall ensure that emissions, surface discharges and effluent from the Contractor's activities shall not exceed the values indicated in the Employer's Requirements, and shall not exceed the values prescribed by applicable laws. PCC Sub-Clause 4.18 Protection of the Environment The Contractor shall be responsible and liable for any stoppage, closure or suspension of the works due to any contravention of statutory requirements relating to the protection of the environment and shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Employer in this regard. The Contractor's Site Environmental Plan shall be developed from his Employer‘s Safety. Health and Environmental Manual (SHE Manual), as per the Employer's Requirements and Special Conditions of Contract. Nothing extra shall be payable to the Contractor on this account and his Bid price shall be inclusive of expenditure required to be incurred for working as per SHE Manual. Outline Environmental Plan means the environmental plan forming part of the Tender, setting out, in summary form, the Contractor's proposed means of complying with his obligations in relation to environmental quality. Site Environmental Plan means the site environmental plan including all supplements thereto, or any

Being complied.

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Description amended or varied version thereof, as submitted by the Contractor in accordance with Employer‘s Safety, Health and Environmental Manual (SHE Manual), this Clause and which has received the Engineer‘s consent. The Site Environmental Plan shall include detailed policies, procedures and regulations which, when implemented, will ensure compliance with this Clause. The Contractor is required to make himself aware of all the requirements of the Employer‘s SHE Manual in this regard and comply with them.

Compliance Status

Within 8 weeks of the date of the Notice to Proceed, the Contractor shall submit a detailed and comprehensive Site Environmental Plan based on the Employer‘s Safety, Health and Environmental Manual (SHE Manual), and shall include such further material, which the Contractor considers necessary and relevant. Upon the Engineer notifying his consent to the Site Environmental Plan, or any supplemental part thereof, the Contractor shall adhere to the principles and procedures contained in such document save to the extent that the Engineer may give his consent to any amended or varied version thereof. The Contractor shall provide all necessary access, assistance and facilities to enable the Engineer and the Employer to monitor and conduct tests to verify that the Site Environmental Plan is being properly and fully implemented.‖

3.

COMPLIANCE TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

25. The environmental management plan (EMP) for the project was provided in Annexure 4 of the EIA report and also attached to the contract documents. As per EMP, five (05) environmental management activities were required to be implemented during the preconstruction stage (PC 1 – PC5); ten (10) activities are required to be implemented during the construction stage (C1.0 – C1.4, C.1.4.1 and C2 – C6); and three (03) activities are required to be implemented during the operation stage (O1 – O3). The following Table 5 lists out the status of activities during the pre-construction and construction stage as of December 2015.

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Activity

PC1 Contractor Preparatory Works (Upon issuance of Notice to Proceed)

Mitigation measures

Compliance attained (Yes, No, Partial)

Comment/Reasons for Partial or Non-Compliance

Issues for further action and target dates

Initial application for permit to establish batching plant was applied with State Pollution Control Board on 04.11.2015 Appendix 7.

Action plan for securing permits and approvals is still under preparation

PRE-CONSTRUCTION STAGE The Contractor will complete the following activities no later than 30 days upon issuance of Notice to Proceed

1)

Submit appointment letter and resume of the Contractor‘s Health and Safety Officer (HSO) and environmental focal person to CSC.

2)

HSO will engage CSC-Environment Specialist to a meeting to discuss in detail the EMP, seek clarification and recommend corresponding revisions if necessary

3)

HSO will request CSC-ES copy of monthly monitoring formats and establish deadlines for submission.

4)

HSO will submit for CSC-ES approval an action plan to secure all permits and approvals needed to be secured during construction stage which include but not limited toi). operation of crushers and hot mix plants,

Yes. Mr. Ramaraju has been appointed as Contractor‘s HSOandhe is working full time on site. CV were submitted to CSC. Yes. EMP and SHE have been discussed with CSC-Environment Specialist. Yes. Formats and schedule of monthly monitoring reports has been finalized. Sample attached in Appendix 3 & 4. Yes.

Partial. No crushers and hot mix plant established by contractor. However the permit for the

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Activity

Mitigation measures

Compliance attained (Yes, No, Partial) batching plant has not been secured yet. ii) transport and storage of hazardous Yes materials (e.g. fuel, lubricants, explosives), iii) waste disposal management plan,

5)

PC2 Coordinate with the Jaipur Development Authority on Traffic

sites

and

disposal

No, under process

iv) temporary storage locations,

Yes

v) water use, and

Permission has been obtained from state authority for extraction of ground water for drinking purpose at ChhotiChaupar.

vi) emission compliance of all vehicles.

Yes.

Arrangements to link with government health programs on hygiene, sanitation, and prevention of communicable diseases will also be included in the action plan. HSO will submit for approval of CSC-ES the construction camp layout before its establishment.

The Contractors will discuss and coordinate the implementation of the traffic re-routing scheme particularly in ChhotiChaupar and BadiChaupar when it starts the cut and cover activities and the hauling and disposal of excavated materials to the

Yes, Construction camp has been established as per approved layout plan.

Yes, Proper traffic management plan is in place in coordination with

Comment/Reasons for Partial or Non-Compliance

Issues for further action and target dates

Application for securing consent for storing hazardous waste at site will be processed once approval for establishing batching plant is obtained.

Application for extraction of ground water for construction purpose will be submitted to authority immediately.

Action plan for securing approvals to be submitted by contractor.

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Activity Management Plan to avoid nuisance from traffic congestion

PC3 Community Liaison to avoid complaints and/or address complaints if any

Mitigation measures Ambabari village.

Compliance attained (Yes, No, Partial) government agencies.

At the minimum, the traffic management plan will have the following components: construction traffic, ensuring access to properties, accommodating pedestrians, parking, access by construction vehicles, faulty traffic lights and problem interchanges, use of public roads, parking provision during construction, use of residential streets and traffic diversion due to temporary road closures, and construction and use of temporary access roads. To ensure that ongoing feedback is provided on Yes the progress of the JMRP together with feedback on the environmental management performance of the project.

Contractor will provide a minimum of two (2) weeks notification to directly affected residents, businesses and other relevant groups of the intended construction commencement date. In providing a mechanism for communication between the contractor and the community and informing the public of construction details (timing, expected impacts), the concessionaire will undertake consultation and information activities. PC4 Ground At least 30 days before the start of tunneling, the staking to Contactor with supervision from the Archeology address Department will employ a ground penetrating chance find of radar (GPR), detect the presence of buried artifacts artifacts along the tunnel alignment. The Contractor, in behalf of the JMRC, will coordinate with the Archeology Department to designate an on-site representative during the entire duration of the project.

Yes. GPR survey has already been submitted and has been uploaded on JMRC website. https://www.jaipurme trorail.in/pdf/2015.04 .16%20GPR%20Rec ieved%20from%20C EC.pdf

Comment/Reasons for Partial or Non-Compliance

Issues for further action and target dates

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Activity

Mitigation measures

Compliance attained Comment/Reasons for Partial or Issues for further action (Yes, No, Partial) Non-Compliance and target dates JMRC is coordinating with Archeology Department for excavation work. PC5 Briefing on All workers will undergo a briefing with the Yes. working near Archeology Department to ensure safeguarding of heritage heritage resource and cultural/religious practices. Briefing is being resource to carried out by the avoid A proof of compliance to this requirement to Archaeological damages to include the name of participants and date and Consultant namely heritage location of briefing will form part of the monthly Mr. R.D. Singh, Dr. resources and report to the CSC. S.K. Sharma and Mr. avoid cultural P.K. Jain engaged conflicts by JMRC on regular basis. CONSTRUCTION STAGE C1.0 Avoid damage No heritage resources are inadvertently damaged Yes. to the during construction. No heritage Complying through instrumentation following resources are & online monitoring of structures of heritage inadvertently historic importance. resources damaged during during tunnel construction. boring namely Chandpole Gate, IsarLat, JantarMantar, HawaMahal, ChhotiChaupa r, and BadiChaupar. C1.1 To avoid The contractor will ensure that no inadvertent Yes. Complied ground damage is incurred to the Chandpole gate. settlement  Under passing under the Estimated settlement under the Chandpole gate is scheme prepared Chandpole less than 5mm. The contractor will ensure that the by M/s Omikron Gate during design value is not exceed and the trigger value = Kappa, of tunnel boring 3.5mm and Allowable value = 4.2 meters are Greece, structural implemented. consultant of M/s CEC has been

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Activity

Mitigation measures Tilt meters will be installed at key positions on the gate to ensure the 2/1000 design value is observed with trigger and allowable values of 1.4/1000 and 1.7/1000, respectively Crack meters will be installed at key positions to ensure design value of 3.0mm is not exceeded with 2.1mm trigger value and 2.5 mm allowable value The contractor will immediately cease all operation if any of the trigger values are breached. The CSC will advise the contractor mitigation measures and practices to control settlement, tilt, and cracks to include but not limited to structural reinforcement and operation parameters of the TBM. The contractor will ensure that no structural damage is incurred and cosmetic damages are repaired under the supervision and control of the Jaipur Archeology Department.

C1.2 To avoid cosmetic and structural damages to the structures along the underground metro alignment along Chandpole Bazar and Tripola Bazar due to vibration from the tunnel boring machine

Expected vibration at the Chandpole Gate during tunneling is 0.682 mm/s which is lower that internationally accepted 5mm/s. However, to be on the safe side and as practice in DMRC, the Contractor is to ensure that vibration levels at the Chandpole Gate foundation will not exceed 2.0 mm/s

Compliance attained (Yes, No, Partial) proof checked by M/s Ayesa of Spain.  Structural consultant of Heritage consultant has also given his comments on the underpassing scheme of M/s CEC.  Under passing scheme of Chandpole gate has also been proof checked by IIT Delhi.  Work will be done as per approved method statement & GCC Complied Online monitoring is done duringthe TBM tunneling work, while it passed through the Chandpole Gate.

Comment/Reasons for Partial or Non-Compliance

Issues for further action and target dates

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Activity

C1.3 To minimize surface noise from excavating equipment in Chhoti and Badi Chaupar and avoid disturbance to patients in the Pink City Hospital near Chandpole, Chaudhary Hospital, Maharaja School at the corner of ChhotiChaup ar. To avoid damage and nuisance to JantarMantar , and HawaMahal.

Mitigation measures

Compliance attained (Yes, No, Partial) The contractor will ensure that noise from Yes, construction activities does not result to exceedances of relevant limits prescribed in the Only newly Indian Ambient Air Quality Standards for manufactured Commercial Area and Silence Zone. Mitigation equipment & regular measures to be implemented by the Contractors servicing of are: equipment is being 1) liaise with local residents on how to best used in construction. minimize construction noise along the Chhoti and BadiChaupars. Noise monitoring is 2) local residents and shop owners should be being done and informed of the nature and duration of necessary mitigation intended activities prior to commencement measures are taken and kept updated as to changes in the as required. management and mitigation plan 3) equipment compounds will be located off-site 4) noise barriers will be installed at critical work areas particularly around the Chaupars 5) enclose especially noisy activities if above the noise limits 6) employ transportable noise screens between noise sources and identified noise sensitive areas for the duration of noisy construction activities 7) maximize the possibility of scheduling noisy activities at the same time to minimize the duration of exposure Noise from vehicles particularly for hauling of excavated materials to the dump site will be controlled through strict adherence to operating and maintenance instructions, routing of heavy vehicles way from noise sensitive areas whenever possible, conform with speed limits, and construction vehicles will only use routes specified in the traffic management plan.

C1.4 To ensure The project calls for the demolition of the Chhoti careful and BadiChaupar and its restoration to its original demolition and condition as a requirement from Jaipur

Yes,  JMRC through competitive

Comment/Reasons for Partial or Non-Compliance

Issues for further action and target dates

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Activity proper restoration of Chhoti and Badi Chaupars

Mitigation measures

Compliance attained (Yes, No, Partial) Development Authority. The demolition and bidding has restoration will be under the supervision and engaged heritage control of these agencies. consultant M/s Abha Narain Lambah Associates and M/s Shashank Mehendale & Associates (JV) to monitor the heritage structures lying along the metro route of Phase 1B.  JMRC has also engaged 3 senior Archaeology Consultants to supervise the excavation of Chhoti Chaupar and Badi Chaupar.

C1.4. To address 1 Chance heritage finds during the cut and fill operations

Please refer to FIDIC Sec. 4.24 Fossils. Recording (including chain of custody) will be made by the contractor to be validate by the CSC, and expert verification will be made by the Jaipur Archeology Department. Temporary work stoppage in the immediate area of the chance find for up to 72 hours to allow for the on-site

 The work will be done as per approved method statement. Also the work will be done under the supervision of said agencies. Yes During the excavation of Chhoti Chaupar, Gomukhs were extracted & were

Comment/Reasons for Partial or Non-Compliance

Issues for further action and target dates

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Activity

Mitigation measures representative of Archeology Department to visit the site to make an assessment and provide instructions. Work in the areas adjacent to the chance find will continue as provided in the detailed design.

C2

To avoid the following issues from spoil disposal activities: generation of sediment laden runoff from the work site during monsoon; Contaminati on of disposal sites from construction debris; Community hazard of uncollected and improperly disposed materials.

A spoil management plan will be implemented that details the location of spoil disposal sites, transporting soil, and disposing of soil. The Contractor will perform the following: disposed spoils on permitted sites as instructed by the JMRC 2) ensure the adequacy of the disposal site to handle the volume of spoils the will be generated 3) Prepare, submit and seek approval from the CSC a spoil dump plan that provides the: i) dump size, layout, and form, ii) means of controlling water and wind erosion, iii) measures to prevent spoil dump contamination, vehicular, and public access. 4) Explore the possibility of using spoil materials to rehabilitate borrow pits to 5) All hauling vehicles should be maintained at an acceptable working order and serviced regularly 6) Haul vehicles should be routed away from noise sensitive areas 7) Speed limit in built up areas is 40 km/h 8) All haul vehicles should be covered or soil sprayed with water before leaving the site specially during windy condition 9) Spoil dumps shall have slopes no steeper that 1V:2.5H 10) Final shaping, topsoiling, and immediate revegetation

Compliance attained (Yes, No, Partial) handed over to Archeological & Museum Dept., Government of Rajasthan. Similar practice will be undertaken during Badi Chaupar Yes, Are being disposed in the approved area only.

1)

All other conditions are also being fulfilled.

Comment/Reasons for Partial or Non-Compliance

Issues for further action and target dates

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Activity

Mitigation measures

Compliance attained (Yes, No, Partial)

Comment/Reasons for Partial or Non-Compliance

11) No vehicles are to be allowed to enter in revegetated spoils dump C3

To avoid depletion of groundwater and competition with existing groundwater users due groundwater Extraction for the construction works C4 To avoid nuisance from temporary damage or shifting in utilities particularly buried water pipes and electrical lines and disruption of essential services

The Contactor shall secure permission for Partial, groundwater extraction from CGWA pertinent groundwater authorities before establishing borewells.

Application under preparation

Water conservation and recycling will be observed in all aspects of constructions to include water main breaks, watering roads for dust control, spraying concrete, equipment cleaning and site clean-up.

The Contractor will ensure that the public will be minimally affected when constructing in close proximity to essential services through: 1) coordinate and secure necessary permits for utility shifting with the Jaipur Development Authority and other service utility agencies to locate al services prior to construction in any particular area 2) inform residents of planned interruptions through local media, fliers, and public address system 3) all planned interruptions schedules will be submitted to the safeguards cell JMRC no later than 10 working days before the interruption 4) all affected landowners, tenants, institutions, and businesses to be notified in writing prior to commencement and kept updated in changes of schedule 5) in the event of unforeseen disruptions, the contractor will take all reasonable actions to have the service promptly restored 6) relevant utility agencies will be informed of the construction proximity to essential service line

Yes, Care is taken avoid inconvenience uses by shifting per instruction concerned authorities.

to to as of

Issues for further action and target dates

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Activity

Mitigation measures

Compliance attained (Yes, No, Partial)

and be kept on standby in the event of unforeseen disruption

C5 To address occupational health and safety issues of the construction workers and local community C6 Implementatio n of Cleanup Operations and Restoration and Rehabilitation

All unplanned interruption will be immediately reported to the safeguards cell within 24 hour through an incident report. The contractor will comply with the occupational Yes health and safety requirements as provided in SHE.

Contractor shall prepare site restoration plans, which shall be subject for review and approval by the CSC, JMRC Safeguard Cell, Jaipur Development Authority and the Archeology Department to ensure consistency with zoning and town plans. The clean-up and restoration operations are to be implemented by the Contractor prior to demobilization. All spaces excavated and not occupied by the foundation or other permanent works shall be refilled with earth up to surface of surrounding ground.

Not yet due.

Comment/Reasons for Partial or Non-Compliance

Issues for further action and target dates

4. A.

ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN FOR PROTECTION AND MONITORING OF HERITAGE STRUCTURES Findings in Badi Chaupar and Chhoti Chaupar

26. Under Jaipur Metro Rail Project Phase 1B, an underground Metro line is under construction from Chandpole to Badi Chaupar. While Metro tunnel will be constructed using Tunnel Boring Machines, the two underground Metro Stations at Chhoti Chaupar and Badi Chaupar will be constructed by cut and cover method, requiring excavation from top to bottom. 27. To enable construction of underground stations at Chhoti Chaupar and Badi Chaupar, the dismantling of existing Chaupars and excavation underneath was necessary. In this regard, historical background of Chaupars was studied, both the Cahupars were well documented. The two layers of water tank at both the Chaupars with tunnels on all four cardinal direction were encountered. Under the guidance of heritage consultant M/s Abha Narain lambah Asscoiates and JMRC archaeology consultnats the excavation of the taks were taken up. Documention incuding detailed drawings, photography and vidoegraphy of the all the layers of old water tanks of Chaupars have been prepred. Gaumukhs of both the Chaupars have been handed over to Albert Museum for safe keeping.

28. Both the water tanks at Chhoti Chaupar and Badi Chaupar will be restored at their present site after constrution of underground stations. JMRC has ensured and approved designs, wherein the waters tanks have been incorporated over the station design.Designs have been approved by heritage consultant of JMRC. B.

D-Wall Construction

29. The D-walls (Diaphragm Walls) act as a structural member for the station box. Prior to the commencement of the D-walls, the utilities are diverted. The construction of D-walls is executed through grabbing machines after completion of the guide wall which act as the guide for the excavation. During the operations the grabbing machines removes the soil, the soil is stabilized using Polymud to avoid the collapse of soil. After reaching the desired level, the grabbing operations are stopped and the reinforcement cage is lowered into the excavated area and concrete is poured through tremie.

30. To monitor the impact of the operations we have provided tilt meters, crack meter and settlement meters to measure the impact and report any abnormality in the reading. Aprat from the above, to protect the existing verandahs, we have done the propping and jacking and also in the shops identified as critical. C.

Chandpole Gate Tunnel Underpass Scheme/ Isarlat Side Pass Scheme

Chandpole Gate Tunnel Underpass Scheme

31. Chandpole Gate is coming right in the center of alignment, attracting maximum settlement, but original drawings relating to its foundation were not available. Therefore, the foundation of Chandpole Gate has been physically examined by a team of engineers, by making several trial pits around the gate. 32. For the determination of the structure‘s foundation, special survey was carried out by CEC and nine trial pits were executed in certain locations near the gate. 33. The foundation of Chandpole Gate has been found to be in a sound condition which can sustain the impact of tunnel-making underneath. 34. To assess the ground settlement due to tunneling by TBM & its effect on structural safety of Chandpole Gate, a detailed 3D analysis has been carried out by M/s Omikron Kappa – Indus Consultrans JV and a detailed report submitted. 35. As per this report, considering that Chandpole gate is in category ―Slight‖ according to the pre-condition survey, ―negligible‖ damage is expected for settlements <6.7mm and angular distortion <1/750. As already derived from the 3D analysis, the maximum calculated settlements and angular distortion are 5mm and 1/1200 respectively, values which are related with ―negligible‖ damage even in the case of ―High‖ vulnerable structures. 36. Considering all the above, a set of values were established for the displacement and deflection of the Chandpole Gate, as presented in the following table. Measurement Settlements Angular Distortion

Trigger Level 4mm 1/1400

Alarm Level 5mm 1/1200

Limit values 6mm 1/1000

37. On the advice of Archaeology & Museums Department, the work of further examination/proof check of underpassing scheme of Chandpole Gate was assigned to Indian Institute of Technilogy (IIT) Delhi. After conducting the proof check of underpassing scheme of Chandpole Gate, IIT Delhi has reported that analysis and other details given in the report are in order. The scheme of Chandpole Gate underpassing by Tunnel Boring Machines is considered safe as it will have no impact on the stability of existing Chandpole Gate.

38. Archaeology & Museums Department, GoR, vide its letter dated 19.06.2015 has issued license under Rule 20 of the Rajasthan Monuments, Archaeological sites and Antiquities Rules, 1968 for construction of twin metro tunnels under Chandpole Gate. The license validity was extended time to time and finaly for 2 months i.e. up to 18.02.2016 by the Archaeology & Museums Department, GoR vide its letter dated 15.12.2015 Appendix 6. 39. Now both TBMs have crossed underneath Chandpole Gate. The gate sustained no damage during the tunneling process. Isarlat Side Pass Scheme

40. As per report of structural expert of Heritage Consultants, Abha Narain Lambah Associates & Shashank Mehendale& Associates (JV), physical condition of Isarlat is found to be generally sound and it is located at safe distance from the tunnel axis. There will be no adverse impact on the Isarlat during tunnel construction. 41. However, as advised by the structural expert of heritage consultants, a detailed study of Isarlat was taken up through Omikron Kappa, on the lines of the detailed study already carried out for Chandpole Gate. Proof check of the structure/report will be done by IIT Delhi. 42. JMRC will seek permission for conducting instrumentation monitoring from A&M Dept, GoR D. D.1

Results of the Ground Penetrating Radar Introduction

43. Ground penetrating radar survey is a non-destructive geophysical method that produces a continuous cross-sectional profile or record of subsurface features, without drilling, probing, or digging. Ground penetrating radar (GPR) profiles are used for evaluating the location and depth of buried objects and to investigate the presence and continuity of natural subsurface conditions and features. It is a high-resolution geophysical method, which is based on the propagation of high frequency electromagnetic waves. The GPR method images structures in the ground that are related to changes in dielectric properties. In sediments, the water content primarily causes the changes in dielectric properties. 44. The equipment used for the scanning includes SIR-3000 (GPR) of Geophysical Survey Systems Inc. (GSSI), USA, 100 MHz paired antenna with other peripherals as shown in the Figure 2.

Figure 2: Equipments used for GPR survey D.2

Methodology

45. GPR model SIR-3000 of GSSI, USA was used for the survey along with 100 MHz paired antenna (with fiber optic) for scanning down to depth of 22m or so as it was indicated that the average depth of the tunnel bottom would be around 16m or so. The use of 100 MHz pair antenna provides good resolution down to a depth of 22-25m but it does not provide good resolution in the upper layers where there could be a number of utilities. The resolution within first 5m or so becomes poor using 100 MHz pair antenna alone and therefore, nothing can be inferred down to a depth of 5m. It becomes imperative to use 400 MHz to detect utilities which are normally available within first 3-4m. The same was also demonstrated during the survey. A part of the entire stretch was also taken up for utility survey. The results of the same have also been provided towards the end of the report. As the objective of the work was to scan the subsurface for different litho units down to a depth between 15-22m, 100 MHZ paired antenna was used. 46.

The methodology adopted for the study includes:  Geophysical survey using Ground Penetration Radar (GPR) with 100 MHz paired antennae for subsurface scanning  Processing and assimilation of GPR surveys using RADAN software of the scans collected using 100 MHz pair antennae

D.3

Study Area

47. In order to prioritize the scanning work, the entire stretch between Chandpole & Badi Chaupar has been sub-divided into following sectors: Sector-1: Sector-2: Sector-3:

D.4

Along the tunnel alignment for the stretch between Chandpole Metro station to ChhotiChaupar. ChhotiChaupar Metro station. Along the tunnel alignment for the stretch between ChhotiChaupar to BadiChaupar.

Conclusion

48. Survey using Ground Penetration Radar with 100 MHz paired antenna has provided scanning down to a depth of 22m.

49. The interpretation of all these scans shows that two distinct layers exits upto the scanned depth for the entire stretch between Chandpole and Badi Chaupar. This is depicted in the scans provided at Figure 10 to 27 of the report. The 3-dimensional model (surface and block) provides variation in terms of depth for the two layers. The drill hole core too in the area indicates presence of two layers of silty sand/sandy silt as defined by grain size analysis of the soil as per geotechnical report. A small portion in the entire stretch indicates more reflective zone which could be on account of anomalous material such as presence of metallic substance, high moisture content or an object. 50. A part of the entire stretch was also taken up for utility survey. This indicates the importance of GPR survey for locating utilities before excavating the area. This helps in planning the excavation work without damaging the existing utilities. 51. The summary report of the GPR done for the project is available online at JMRC webportal. 5. SUMMARY OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING A.

Summary of Inspection Activities

52. A total of 08 SHE Walk inspections were conducted by the CSC-ES during the reporting period. Further details on the inspections carried out and key findings are provided in Table 6. Date of Inspection 09.10.2015 16.10.2015 30.10.2015 06.11.2015 20.11.2015 04.12.2015 11.12.2015 18.12.2015

Table 6: Field Inspections carried out during reporting period Location Participants Key Findings Chandpole Casting yard Chandpole Chandpole Badi Chaupar Casting yard Chandpole Badi Chaupar

16 21 12 13 17 14 10 10

Safety & Environment Safety & Environment Safety & Environment Safety & Environment Safety & Environment Safety & Environment Safety & Environment Safety & Environment

Note: Sample copy of SHE Walk attached with Appendix.

B.

Monitoring of Cracks, Settlements of Structures

53. The entire area where the stations as well as the tunnels underpasses fall under heritage structures. In order to observe the conditions and behaviors of the structures during the operations, monitoring is being done through instrumentations. 54. Location and Quantity of Instrument which is installed: Chandpole area we have installed Inclinometer in the D-Wall of Shaft area.In Chhoti Chaupar station area we have installed some building instruments and their quantity is mentioned below. SN

Instrument Name

Location

Total Quantity

1

Inclinometer

Chandpole Shaft Area

3

2

Tilt Meter

Chhoti Chaupar

35

3

Crack Meter

Chhoti Chaupar

58

4

Optical Target

Chhoti Chaupar

70

4

Building Settlement Point

Chhoti Chaupar

48

5

Pavement Settlement Point

Chhoti Chaupar

12

55.

Monitoring Frequency at Station, C&C and Launching Shaft

SN

INSTRUMENT

FREQUENCY

1

Inclinometer

Once daily during excavation then once weekly

2

Soil Settlement Marker

Once daily during excavation then once weekly

3

Pavement Settlement Marker

Once daily during excavation then once weekly

4

Crack Meter

Once daily during excavation then once weekly

5

Tilt Meter

Once daily during excavation then once weekly

Note: Monitoring frequency may be changed depending upon whether any deformation is observed. 56. InclinometerModel AIM-741 or equivalent: The purpose of inclinometer monitoring is to observe and monitor any lateral movements within structures or strata and analysis whether remedial works are required to subdue any such movements. 57. Tilt meter-Model AIM-5410 or equivalent:Portable tilt meters are mainly used to monitor buildings, structures, utilities, etc. As well as the inclination and rotation of retaining walls, dams, piers, piles, etc. It may also be used to evaluate the performance of bridges, struts and the stability of structures in land slide areas. 58. The EAN-70 portable tilt meter system consists of three components: tilt plate, tilt meter, and readout unit.

59. Crack meter- Model AIM-100SC or equivalent: The crack meter is suitable for measuring structured cracks ranging from 0.5 to 100 mm with a hairline cursory markin two directions i.e. vertical and horizontal.The advantages of this instrument are: reliable and accurate, simple to install, simple to operation and low cost. This is very simple and accurate instrument to monitor the hair crack. The mechanical crack meter is made of polycarbonate transparent sheet with graduated marks. The both sheets will be assembled on crack with the help of fasteners.

60.

Bi- Reflex Target:

61. The bi-reflex target is one of the surveying equipment to measure deformations and settlements of the structures surrounding the construction site. It is rugged prcise and low cost with an accurancy of +/- 0.1mm. Vibration Monitoring: 62. Need for Vibration Monitoring: The construction of underground rail and road infrastructures in metropolitan and cosmopolitan cities are mostly through developed area under challenging soil conditions. The alignment of structure is passing through densely inhabited areas with many heritage structures falling in the zone of influence of construction activities. 63. Construction vibration sources generate elastic waves in soil and have a wide range of energy, displacement, velocity and acceleration transmitted on the ground. These may be harmful to adjacent and remote structures, sensitive instruments and people. Their effects range from serious disturbance of working conditions for sensitive devices and people, to visible structural damage. 64. It is important to assess the dynamic effect before the beginning of construction activities and at the time of construction. Therefore monitoring of construction vibrations have to be started prior to the beginning of construction works at a site and be continued

during construction to provide the safety and serviceability of sound and vulnerable structures. 65. It is required to carry out base line monitoring to determine the Pear Particle Velocity and their respective frequency band that are persisting even before carrying out any construction activities. The recorded values shall form the base line and shall be compared to the corresponding values recorded during construction activities and the influence of construction may be determined accordingly. Methodology: 66. About the Equipment:The equipment used for monitoring ground vibrations should be able to evaluate the parameters of vibrations in all three planes i.e. Longitudinal, Transverse and Vertical. Kelunji Echo, Seismic Recorder is used for the present monitoring requirement. This equipment can be universally used for many seismic monitoring applications, including earthquake monitoring (permanent or portable installations), structural monitoring, as well as blast and other vibration monitoring. 67. The equipment consists of Geophones and Kelunji Echo Seismic Recorder which is able to monitor the effect of vibration on all three planes. It is equipped with three geophones, capable of picking up signals in all the three planes described above. It is able to perform full field analysis of the event to evaluate the peak pulse velocity, peak frequency, peak acceleration and peak displacement.

68. The Echo is simple to use, easy to install and maintain, and light and robust enough to enable use of single equipment for monitoring different locations of the same structure or different structures. Ethernet based communications such as VSAT, ADSL, and some radios allows easy configuration of networks for data telemetry. GSM, GPRS, CDMA & PSTN are also supported. 69. The core Echo, by using it a built-in GPS timing system, can act as a Network Time Server for synchronizing other NTPv4 enabled timing-critical equipment. From this core base, the Echo can be expanded with an internal tri-axial accelerometer, external 3-channel sensor interface, internal PSTN modem, LCD panel, Compact Flash memory, or any combination of these optional modules. Every Echo comes supplied with eqWave software for waveform analysis and manipulation. EqWave runs on most computing platforms that run a Java Virtual Machine, including Windows, Unix, Linux and MacOS X. Echo seismic data is recorded in PC-SUDS file format, stored in a standard file system. A logical hierarchy is implemented for simple copying to PC using a CF-USB reader or via FTP. In telemeter applications, ES &S produces a range of software to compliment the Echo. Collectively known as eqSuite, the programs automatically process Echo data for on-screen display and archiving, raises event alerts, and prepares data for interactive refinement.

Table 7: Vibration Monitoring Station/ Location (Shop/House No.) Tunnel ChhotiChaupar Shop No. 189

CP to CC Tunnel

Up Line Wall Design No. 31 Left Wall while entering the wall 30 cm. In & 40 cm. from Corner (near CP-0016) CP to CC Up Line Small Gate near Noor Tunnel BhaiPahalwan Shop aprox 3.5 mtr before & 30 cm. in From Small Gate. ChhotiChaupar Up Line Verandah of Shop No.379 Left Col. From Shop Just before 25 CM. From Left Col. Direction L-R for distance. (RHS Col. Of Shop No. 380).

Land Mark Infront Corner Column Chandpole Wall UP

Structure Id (BCS) CP-CCUP-0071

Category Very Severe

CP-0016

Very Severe

Chandpole Gate

CP-CCDN-0154

Severe

Infront Corner Column

CC-BCDN-0001

Very Severe

Photograph of the location where Vibration Monitoring Reading has been taken.

C.

Noise Monitoring

70. Noise level survey was conducted by 3rd party EKO PRO Engineering pvt.Ltd at all project sites for Day & Night shifts viz Bhankrota, Chandpole launching shaft Area, Pink City Hospital, Chhoti Chaupar, Maharaja school, Chaudhry Hospital, Krishna temple, Hawa Mahal, and Jantar Mantar for Day & Night shifts.

71. It has been observed from the results that no noise level exceedance was recorded at any site except at Hawa Mahal for day time. Results are summarised in Table 8 and 9 and graphical representation of results are also given below. Complete monitoring reports are provided in Appnedix 4. Table 8: Noise Monitoring Results (Day time) Date Casting Yard

Chand pole

19.10.2015 to 24.10.2015

66

65

24.11.2015 to 26.11.2015

68

72

69.9

70.1

Leq Day dB(A) Location Maharaja Chaudhri Pinkcity School Hospital hospital

72

Krishna Temple

Jantar Mantar

Hawa Mahal

73

78

69

74

81

67.5

74

69.4

69.9

71.2

71.9

66.0

74.5

67.7

69.2

72.1

73.6

17.12.2015 to 20.12.2015 Noise Monitoring Results Day Time

90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 October

November

December

Casting yard

Standard

Chandpole

Maharaja School

Chaudhari Hoapital

Pink city

Krishna Temple

Jantar Mantar

Hawa Mahal

Table 9: Noise Monitoring Results (Night time)

Chand pole

Maharaja School

Leq Night dB(A) Location Chaudhri Pinkcity Hospital hospital

62

61

59

63

59

62

70

60.3

65

59.9

64

61.8

62.3

63.6

64.3

62.3

59.5

66.0

57.2

59.5

60.9

64.5

65.4

Date Casting Yard

19.10.2015 to 26.10.2015 24.11.2015 to 26.11.2015 17.12.2015 to 20.12.2015

50

Krishna Temple

Jantar Mantar

Hawa Mahal

Noise monitoring Night time Results

80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 October Casting yard Maharaja School Krishna Temple

D.

November Standard Chaudhari Hospital Jantar Mantar

December Chandpole Pink city hospital Hawa Mahal

Air Quality

The ambient status of five major air pollutants viz. Total Suspended Particulate Matter (TSPM); PM10, Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) representing the quality of pollution level have been assessed by monitoring air quality at four locations viz. Casting Yard,Chandpole launching shaft, Chhoti Chaupar & Badi Chaupar. Air quality monitoring was not conducted for the month of October due to technical issues.The air quality monitoring results indicate that PM10 concentration exceeds the limits specified by CPCB for all sites. However the concentration of PM10 was within baseline concentration value of 180 µg/m3 (2012 monitoring) for the month of November. The concentration of PM10 for the month of December was above baseline concentration. This may be due to the phenomenon of inversion. 72. Air monitoring was carried out for the month of November and December. Test results are summarised in Table 10. Complete monitoring reports are given in Appendix 4.

Table-10: Air Quality Monitoring Results 3

Date Casting Yard 19.10.2015 to 26.10.2015 24.11.2015 to 25.11.2015 17.12.2015 to 20.12.2015

PM 10 (Unit µg/m ) Location Chandpole ChhotiChaupar

BadiChaupar

161.2

176.2

156.4

167.5

216.5

234.2

210.8

229.5

250 Casting Yard

200

Standard 150

Chandpole Choti Chauper

100

Badi Chauper 50 0 November,15

December,15

73. Air Pollution Control: The mitigation measures, which have adopted to reduce the air pollution are: all transportation of construction materials should be covered manner. To minimize dust emission due to handling of aggregate and cement at site, there are two time sprinkling of water on the internal roads. Vehicle speed restriction of 5-10 km/hrs have been followed at site, tyre washing facility have been provided for cleaning of vehicles/tyresat Chandpole exit gate. E.

Water Quality

74. Water samples were collected from nearby bore wells during December, 2015 to check the quality of the water. Quarterly water analysis results are compared with IS 10500:2012 and found within permissible limited. Results are summarised in Table 11 and monitoring reports are provided in Appendix 4. Table 11: Water Quality Monitoring Results Sr. No

Parameters

Units

1.

Sample Identification pH(at 25 ºC) -

2.

Turbidity

3. 4.

Conductivity µs/cm Total Dissolved mg/L Solids

NTU

Results Casting Yard 7.72

Chandpole 7.72

< 1.0

< 1.0

136.00 88.00

136.00 88.00

Sr. No

Parameters

Units

Results

6.

Sample Identification Total Suspended mg/L Solids Oil and Grease mg/L

7.

Dissolve Oxygen

mg/L

6.2

6.2

8.

E.coli

Per 100 ml

Nill

Nill

5.

Casting Yard <5.0

Chandpole <5.0

<4.0

<4.0

6. SOCIAL AND RESETTLEMENT IMPACTS A. A.1

Impacts on Structures Shifting of Temples

75. When the work of Phase 1B started it was found that6 temples fell within the station box area of Chhoti Chaupar and Badi Chaupar where digging is necessary for construction of stations, required immediate relocation.Three of these temples were at Chhoti Chaupar & another three at Badi Chaupar, as under: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Hanuman Mandir (Chhoti Chaupar) Shiv Mandir (Chhoti Chaupar) Rojgareshwar Mandir (Chhoti Chaupar) Shiv Mandir (Badi Chaupar) Ganesh Mandir (Badi Chaupar) Hanuman Mandir (Badi Chaupar)

76. As per the decision taken by High Power Committee chaired by Chief Secretary GoR, an office order was issuedon 16.10.2014, that GAD land at Tripolia Bazar i.e. Tanwar Ji ka Nauhra (around 200 mt from Chhoti Chaupar) which has two courtyards admeasuring 542 sqmt and 645 sqmt respectively be handed over to Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation for relocation of 6 temples and development of Two Wheeler Parking, respectively. 77. The possession of the land was taken over by JMRC from Public Works Department on 17.11.2014.

Figure a: Location of TanwarJiKaNauhra (Land identified for temple relocation)

78. As the planning and designing of station at Chhoti Chaupar and Badi Chaupar progressed, 7 additional temples were identified which etiher infringed the entry exit strcuture or came in mid of the traffic diversion scheme. The detail of the additional temples is as below: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Barah ling Mahadev (Chhoti Chaupar) Rameshwar Mahadev (Chhoti Chaupar) Bajrangbali Mandir (Chhoti Chaupar) Peepleshwar Mahadev (Badi Chaupar) Mahadev Ji/Mataji/Hanuman Mandir (Badi Chaupar) Mahadev Mandir (Badi Chaupar) Mahadev/Hanuman Mandir (Badi Chaupar)

79. Proper documentation and measurement were taken and recorded for all the temples. 80. Necessary measures have been taken for relocation of identified temples and 6 Temples of Chhoti Chaupar have already been relocated at Old Atish market.

81. On 11.05.2015/12.05.2015, six temples of Chhoti Chaupar were shifted to Old Atish Market and Murti Sthapna was done along with proper ritual ceremony.

82. Current status of of the matter related to shifting of 7 temples at Badi Chaupar is as below: Temple No.

Temple Name

1

Shiv Mandir, Sh Gaurishankarji, On Median towards Chhoti Chaupar Dhruv Mukhi Mahaveer Hanuman Mandir, NW Khanda Ganesh ji Shivalay Mandir, SE Khanda

Sh. JeetendraVyas

Peepleshwar Mahadev, Hanumanji, Ganesh mandirSW Khanda

2

3

4

Owner Name

Existing Area (sqmt) 2.747

Proposed Shifting to Tanwar Ji Ka Nauhra

Sh. Abhishek Sharma

3.781

Ramnagariya Yojana

Sh. Vishnu Kr Sharma

3.132

Sh. RajnarayanVyas

8.02

Rajarampura Awasiya Yojana Tanwar Ji Ka Nauhra

Area Allocated at new site 6.25 sqmt (2.5 x 2.5 mt) 45 sqmt (Plot No. A363) 45 sqmt (Plot No. 229) 8.00 sqmt (3.2 x 2.5 mt)

5

Mahdev ji, Mataji, Hanuman Mandir- SE Khanda

Sh. PurushotamBha rti

39.97

Tanwar Ji Ka Nauhra

6

Mahadev Mandir, Outside Police thana- NE Khanda (Shri Jamneshwar Mahadev Trust) Sh. Dinesh Vyas Mahadev/Hanuman Mandir, Outside Police thana- NE Khanda (Shri Amneshwar Mahadev Trust)

5.096

Ramnagariya Yojana

7

4.899

40.0 sqmt(6.325 x 6.325 mt)

Ramnagariya Yojana

Combined Plot (Plot A434) 90 sqmt

Ongoing construction work at Tanwar ji Ka Nauhra (Badi Chaupar Temple Shifting) 83. All matters related to compensation and relocation of temples at Chhoti & Badi Chaupar are beingdealt with at the level of Collector, Jaipur. B.

Land Acquisition and Resettlement

84. For the purpose of easing the traffic diversion near Sanjay Circle, Chandpole, JMRC has processed for acquisition of 3 shops located at Sansar Chand Road. Details are given below. SN

Shop Detail

Name of Shop Owner

Name of Shopkeeper

1

Shekhawat Rajput Dhaba (Part of Shop No. 12)

Mohd. Salim, S/o Yaseen Khan

7.49

2

Bharat Cold Drink (Part of Shop No. 12)

Mukut Bihari, Satynarayan, S/o Banshilal Mehra

3

Shiv Pan Bhandar (Part of Shop No. 12)

Bihari Lal S/o Nandlal Saini

1.30

4

DCB ATM

DCB Bank

5.46

Smt. Mamta Kanwar W/o Sohan Singh Shekhawat

Area (sq.m)

3.90

85. Considering the time required for land acquisition process per new Land Acquisition Act of GOI, it was agreed and decided by JMRC (in consultation and discussion with shop owners) to resettle the shop owners on the other side of the road near Chandpole station (Near Church land). Besides resettling shops, JMRC also agreed to provide assistance during relocation process including any loss of income during the relocation process. Shop owners also agreed that new shops will be rented to same shopkeepers who are currently running these shops. 86. The shopowners have given their consent to the proposal.JMRC is in the process of getting written consents from shopowners and shifting will be done in consutations with shop owners before start of work near these shops. 87. The site selected for relocation of these shops is getting prepared and construction is ongoing. Very soon the shop owners will be given possession of the newly constrcuted shops.

7. PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS AND ADDRESSING OF GRIEVANCES A.

Public Consultations carried out

88. Consultations are being held regularly with the local people in the project area including relevant government agencies, the business associations in the project are such as the Chandpole Bazaar Vyapar Mandal and Tripolia Bazaar Vyapar Mandal. 89. JMRC has taken all possible measures to ensure that following concerns are regularly addressed:

a) Heritage character of Jaipur b) Traffic diversion during construction c) Inclusion of all key stakeholders 90. During the period of this report (October 2015 - December 2015) following consultations were held: Table 12: Consultations held during the reporting period JMRC will edit this Participants

Date

Venue

15.10.2015

Chandpole

Shopkeepers Chandpole bazar

30.10.2015

BadiChaupar

04.11.2015

20.11.2015

Detail of discussion held of

Action Taken

Discussion with shopkeepers regarding tunneling workunder Chandpole Bazar

It was informed to shopkeepers that tunneling work under Chandpole Bazaris going on smoothly with no impact on the nearby structures and all possible measures are taken to ensure that no damage occurs to the shops in Chandpole Bazar

Shopkeeper /Representatives from Business Community

Traffic block at Badi Chaupar on Tripolia side

Discussion was held over the one side traffic block at Badi Chaupar on Tripolia side. They were informed about the proposed traffic plan in details

Chandpole Gate

Representatives from Chandpole Bazar shopkeepers

Regarding TBM 2 tunneling work

Shopkeepers were informed about the plans of starting the tunneling work using TBM 2 through which Chandpole Gate will once again be crossed.

ChandpoleVy aparmandal

Shopkeepers

Regarding Tunneling work& Chandpole Gate repair work

Representatives were informed about the plans of tunneling through TBM 2 machine. Which will soon cross the Chandpole Gate.They were ensured about the measures being taken for safety of heritage structures. Also they were informed about the repair works which are being carried out for beuitification and repair of Chandpole Gate.

Participants

Detail of discussion held

Badi Chaupar

Local representatives and Business Community

Regarding proposed traffic diversion at BadiChaupar

Some suggestion of deploying traffic sign boards and installing more lighting on Tripolia side of Badi Chaupar were discussed and consequent directions were given.

Chandpole Gate

TBM 2 tunneling work

Regarding TBM 2 tunneling work and crossing of Chandpole Gate

Stakeholders were informed about the plans of passing of TBM 2 under Chandpole Gate and were ensured about measures taken and regular monitoring of the gate and nearby structures.

Date

Venue

01.12.2015

17.12.2015

Action Taken

Note: The matters related to compensation and relocation of temples at Chhoti & Badi Chaupar are being dealt at the level of Collector, Jaipur and therefore record of such meetings are not available with JMRC. B.

Complaints and Requests Received

91. During the period of reporting (October 2015 to December 2015) no written grievances and requests application was received from the local people in the project area. 8. UNANTICIPATED SAFEGUARDS ISSUES During the reporting period from October 2015 to December 2015 no such anticipated safegaurd issues were come across. 9. CONCLUSION A.

Summarize the overall Progress of Implementation of safeguard Measures4

92. The implementation of environmental management measures in this project face some difficulties but it can be concluded that the overall progress of implementing environmental and social safeguard measures show a highly satisfactory level. Table 13 shows a comparative scenario of implementing environmental management measures for each package.

4

Overall sector environmental management progress could be described in qualitative terms or be evaluated based on a ranking system, such as the following: 1. Very Good 2. Good 3. Fair 4. Poor 5. Very Poor Additional explanatory comments should be provided as necessary.

Table 13: Overall Progress Site Safety

Workers Safety

Protection of Environment

1

1

1

B.

Protection of Heritage structures 2

Statutory Approvals

Filling of Checklists

Overall Rank

2

1

2

Problems Identified and Actions Recommended

93. During the previous reporting period (July 2015-September 2015) some of the issues were identified such as consultation and communication with affected communities and shopkeepers, follow-up with regulatory / government agencies to get pending approvals/permits, full time environmental specialist by the CSC, proper documentations and record keeping, and information disclosure. Then DMRC and Contractor were advised to perform their works to comply with environmental regulations and to the mitigation measuresand then proper supervision has been given wherever needed. 94. As a result, during the current monitoring period, it has been observed that adequate measures have been taken to minimize the impacts on heritage structures, and consultation and coordination with communities and shopkeepers. Table 15 present the actions that areproposed in the previous monitoring report and actionstaken to address these problems: Table 14: Status of Actions suggested in previous Monitoring Report Action Recommended Seek advice from the heritage consultants and also consult the Department of Archaeology (Government of Rajasthan) to preserve heritage structures including ancient water tanks.

Measures Taken JMRC has engaged three heritage consultants and seeking their advice to preserve heritage structures. The work has been carried out in consultation with heritage consultants.

Remarks Continuous follow up required during the implementation of project.

JMRC also consulted Archeological Department to seek their advice and heritage structures are being preserved in coordination with Archeological Department of Rajasthan.

Follow-up with regulatory / government Conducted several rounds agencies to get pending of meeting with both State Pollution Control Board approvals/permits. and Central Ground Water Authority regarding consent to establish batching plant and extraction of ground water for construction use respectively. Revised applications has been

Expedite process to get pending clearance on priority basis.

submitted in the first week of November

PMC‘s environmental specialist to provide DMRC has deputed junior technical support and guidance to the expert to the site to provide technical support to contractor and JMRC on full time basis contractor and JMRC.

Full time environmental specialist is required at site. JMRC to take action on priority.

A JV of M/s Abha Narain Lambah Associates and M/s Shashank Mehendale & Associates has been engaged as Heritage Consultant through ICB.

Continuous follow up required.

Appoint a consultant for community mobilization and more effecting community liaison particularly with regard to heritage issues, safety issues, utility shifting and anticipated temporary suspension of services. He will also facilitate Consultation with concerned stakeholders to clearly explain particularly to people who do not have access to the internet, the precautionary measures being taken to protect the heritage structures and to retrieve the lost layers of history.

JMRC has also engaged 3 senior Archaeological Consultants to supervise the excavation of Chhoti Chaupar and Badi Chaupar. These consultants together with JMRC are responsible for maintaining regular communications with communities and stakeholders.

Improvements in maintenance of records Records of the stakeholder community and reporting of interactions and and interactions are being communication with the stakeholders. maintained at Contractor, DMRC and JMRC end. Extra precaution will need to be taken JMRC took extra to during tunneling works under the precautions.Prior commencing tunneling Chandpole gate under Chandpole gate, under passing scheme has been got proof checked with the help of IIT Delhi. Proof checking of under passing scheme/soil stabilization by Geo Consultant before commencement of tunneling work under Chandpole Gate was also done.

TBM-1 & TBM-2 crossed Chandpole gate safely without any damage to the heritage structure.

95. Finally, according to the field observations and investigations it was able to identify that the most of the environmental requirements are being complied with regulations. Actions such as regular follow up with regulatory agencies to get pending permits; mobilization of full time environmental staff from supervision consultant side, and contineous coordination with shopkeepers and tample authorities to relocate the temples and shopsrequired immediate followup.

Appendices

1. Photolog 2. Record of SHE Training 3. Sample format of Monthly SHE report 4. Environment Quality Monitoring Report 5. Monthly Report of Heritage Consultant 6. License from A&M Department, GoR 7. Application receipt to State Pollution Control Board

Appendix 1: Photolog of Progress

View of tunnel towards Chandpole gate

View of TBM-2

View of TBM-1

Monthly SHE Committee meeting

Tilting of TBM-2 at Chandpole Launching Shalft

French Collum Excavation at Chhoti Chaupar

Soil Excavation for Top slab at Chhoti Chaupar

Noise Monitoring

Air Monitoring Setup

World Aids Awareness Training Session

96-HoursTraining on Site

Launching of “ZERO Incident” at Jaipur Metro

Mosquito control on Site

Appendix 2: Record of SHE Trainings 1. Details of SHE training conducted in the month of October to December, 2015 SN

DATE

LOCATION

TOPIC

No. of REMARKS person

Month of October 2015 1.

5/10/2015

Casting yard

Permit to work system

6

2.

9/10/2015

Casting yard

Lifting Safety

11

3.

12/10/2015 Casting yard

18

4.

12/10/2015 Casting yard

Material handling & people use in PPE‘s at site Electrical Safety

5.

16/10/2015 Casting yard

20

6.

20/10/2015 Casting yard

Lifting & Rigging safety & Safe crane operation Safe use of hand tools power tool

7.

23/10/2015 Casting yard

Alcohol & Drugs

11

8.

24/10/2015 Casting yard

CPR Training

21

9.

26/10/2015 Casting yard

10. 5/10/2015

Chandpole

11. 6/10/2015

Chandpole

Material handling

17

12. 7/10/2015

Chandpole

Electrical work safety

06

13. 8/10/2015

Chandpole

CPR training

06

14. 13/10/2015

Chandpole

Tunnel safety

14

15. 13/10/2015

Chandpole

02

16. 14/10/2015

Chandpole

Patient transfer,shifting.O2 therapy, splint application Material handling

17. 23/10/2015

Chandpole

Important of PPE‘S

22

18. 25/10/2015

Chandpole

Confined space

14

19. 26/10/2015

Chandpole

Vehicle movement

8

28/10/2015

Chandpole

Fire safety

10

21. 03/10/2015

Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar

Confined space safety

35

Permit system

11

Incident report

20

excavation

14

housekeeping

17

Hazards identification

16

Fire fighting

47

22. 09/10/2015 23. 10/10/2015 24. 23/10/2015 25. 17/10/2015 26. 16/10/2015 27. 16/10/2015

plant

&

14

Safe working machinery Tunnel safety

20

with

14

14 39

20

28. 09/10/2015 29. 30/10/2015 30.

12/10/2015

31.

20/10/2015

32.

26/10/2015

Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Badi Chaupar Badi Chaupar Badi Chaupar

Cutting & binding machine

20

Hot work

8

Safe lifting of material

23

PPE‘S

14

Use of extinguisher

20

Month of NOVEMBER Training 1.

05.11.2015

Casting yard

Power tools

20

2.

18.11.2015

Casting yard

17

3.

24.11.2015

Casting yard

4.

25.11.2015

Casting yard

5.

26.11.2015

Casting yard

Use of full body harnesses Height work & Mechanical equipment safety Safe welding with electrical equipment Accident Reporting

6.

03.11.2015

Chandpole

13

7.

06.11.2015

Chandpole

Precaution while operation Mechanical safety

8.

17.11.2015

Chandpole

9.

23.11.2015

Chandpole

Emergency plan Fire drill

10.

24.11.2015

Chandpole

CPR Training

29

11.

03.11.2015

Working near barricades

20

12.

09.11.2015 21.11.2015

Emergency preparation on fire protection Behaviour based safety

34

13. 14.

26.11.2015

Power Tools

20

15.

28.11.2015 28.11.2015

Electrical equipment safety Environmental management system Electrical Safety

18

16.

Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Badi Chaupar

17.

03/11/2015

lifting

preparation

27 11 18

19 07 28

27

16 19

18.

14/11/2015

Badi Chaupar

Fire fighting

40

19.

20/11/2015

Badi Chaupar

Lifting Safety

13

20.

26/11/2015

Badi Chaupar

Waste management

20

Month of December Training 1.

03/12/201 5

Casting yard

Lifting & rigging

10

2.

07/12/201 5

Casting yard

10

3.

14/12/201 5

Casting yard

Safe working around machinery Lifting & rigging

4.

15/12/201 5

Casting yard

BBS

09

5.

21/12/201 5

Casting yard

16

6.

08/12/201 5

Chandpole

7.

10/12/201 5

Chandpole

8.

12/12/201 5

Chandpole

Safe work procedures in welding works Precaution while work in Tunnel Emergency preparation in tunnel work Electrical safety

9.

16/12/201 5

Chandpole

18

10.

21/12/201 5

Chandpole

Precaution while work in Tunnel Safe lifting operation

11.

29/12/201 5

Chandpole

20

12.

04.12.2015

13.

07.12.2015 10.12.2015

Reinforcement work safety Chipping work

20

14. 15.

11.12.2015

16.

15.12.2015

17.

23.12.2015

18.

26.12.2015

19.

29.12.2015

20.

07/12/2015

Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Chhoti Chaupar Badi Chaupar

Precaution while work in Tunnel Accident investigation

21.

10/12/2015

22.

44

40 23 19

21

13

8

Use of PPE‘s

12

Scaffolding safety

19

Site electrical hazards

11

CPR

20

Fire training

20

Lifting operation

11

Badi Chaupar

Material Handling

12

15/12/2015

Badi Chaupar

Fire fighting

16

23.

21/12/2015

Badi Chaupar

13

24

23/12/2015

Badi Chaupar

Environmental factor awareness How to use breaking (chipping) machine

13

Appendix 3: Sample format of Monthly SHE report

Appendix 4: Environment Quality Monitoring Report

Appendix 5: Monthly Report of Heritage Consultant

Appendix 6: License for underpassing Chandpole from A&M Department

Appendix 7: Application receipt from State Pollution Control Board