The inauguration of a Lake Front Park on the Hussain Sagar banks, a restored crematorium, and a multipurpose function hall on tuesday evening continued a trend of launching several municipal development projects. The State government invested around Rs. 34 crore in these three projects. The Panjagutta crematorium was reopened by minister of Municipal Administration and Urban Development KT Rama Rao. With the help of the Phoenix Group and at a projected cost of Rs. 5 crore, ghmc has refurbished what was previously an eyesore.

Officials also adorned the main entryway with two tall stone columns and sculptures in addition to providing essential facilities like drinking water and restrooms. Old walls that once lined the sides of the road leading to the crematorium have been transformed into textured screens on both sides of the road. Ancient text and sanskrit slokas are inscribed on the crematorium's walls.

Lake Front Park:

A 10-acre Lake Front Park with two picturesque vantage points overlooking the Hussain Sagar was also made available to the general public. It was built for Rs. 26.65 crore and contains one more 690-meter wave-like ramp in addition to four 110-meter-long walkways. The park was created by hmda and is situated on PVNR Marg. It features a promenade area and 40 different plant types, each of which has a QR code with information on the species. Authorities have also installed lit billboards, LED, and neo-flex lighting to enhance the nighttime vista.

There is also a Panchatatva route with plenty of room for hikers, as well as gazebos and seats for resting. Public access to the park will be available from 5.30 am until 11.30 pm. Children's admission fees are Rs. 10, adult entry fees are Rs. 50, and morning walkers pay Rs. 100 per month.

Multipurpose Function Hall:
The multifunctional event hall in Patigadda in Begumpet was constructed for a cost of Rs. 5.90 crore and was officially opened by Animal Husbandry minister Talasani srinivas Yadav. Officials claim that it was constructed on a 1718 square yard plot of land in order to give the economically disadvantaged neighbourhoods a place to rejoice.

It is a big, less expensive alternative to banquet halls since it is built on stilts and has two storeys, each of which is 8000 square feet. A separate eating room, parking, and a function hall with a capacity of around 300 people are also provided.

మరింత సమాచారం తెలుసుకోండి: