Over the following few months, three parks beneath the South MCD will probably be open to the general public: Bharat Darshan park at Punjabi Bagh by this month, a youngsters’s parks in New Buddies Colony and an journey park in Dwarka by October-end or November.
SDMC Mayor Mukesh Suryan mentioned ending touches are being given at Bharat Darshan park and it might be inaugurated by the tip of October. The park has replicas of 17 monuments together with Hawa Mahal, Meenakshi Temple, Khajuraho Temple, Konark Temple, Charminar, Mysore Palace, Junagarh Fort, Nalanda ruins, Sanchi Stupa, Hampi ruins and Ajanta and Ellora caves, amongst others heritage websites.
The entry payment will probably be round Rs 100.
Former mayor Narendra Chawla mentioned the park has services corresponding to an amphitheatre for cultural occasions, a strolling monitor of 1.5-km, fountains, and a pond.
The youngsters park in Ishwar Nagar, New Buddies Colony, has a number of leisure services constructed out of discarded transport containers.
To make sure security, a senior SDMC official mentioned the play space for youngsters would have a rubber base and a internet.
The journey park for youngsters in Dwarka Sector 19 is unfold over an space of two.5 acres. Dwarka councillor Nitika Sharma mentioned the civic physique has deliberate services like rope and mountaineering, tree decks, and mechanical rides. The parks will function mini-amusement parks for toddlers and youngsters, she mentioned. The SDMC plans to begin this park in November.
With municipal elections nearing, officers have been requested to expedite pending initiatives.