Environmental park in Jammu soon: Altaf
Jammu, Dec 1: The Minister for Forest and Environment Mian Altaf Ahmad today inspected the pace of progress on Environment Park at Janipur Bhawaninagar. The Park is being developed over an areas of 20.16 hectare area involving a cost of Rs one crore.
Member Legislative Assembly Chaman Lal Gupta, besides Director Environment Ravi Kesar and other senior officials accompanied the Minister during his visit.
Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said the upcoming park with a panoramic view and beautiful landscape would be a great attraction for the picnickers, visitors and the children. He said that the fencing work has already been completed and the other works like construction of view points, installation of fountains and other works would be completed by first week of January.
Alaf said in the peripheries of Janipur there was not a single park and it was the demand of the people of the area to protect the land available land from encroachers and filth that was being dumped there.
He also apprised that the park would have a circumferential path way of 2 kilometers where morning and evening walkers can have a brisk walk amid clean and healthy surroundings.
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