A heritage park near Fort Rouge will be inaugurated on March 20 | Delhi News

New Delhi: The North Delhi Municipal Corporation has completed work on a heritage theme park near the Red Fort and it will be named after Charti Lal Goel, first speaker of the Delhi Assembly. The park will be inaugurated by President Ram Nath Kovind on March 20.
The park was designed in 2017 and developed in two phases. It spans an area of ​​8,650 sq m opposite the Parade Ground car park and features a beautiful perimeter wall with rich red stone carvings, Delhi quartzite stone and iron gates.
“The red stone and white marble works in the aisles, the baradaris, the open-air theater, the panorama, the chhatris, the seated tires, under the tensile structure are among the main features that can be seen in the extensive heritage park,” the company said in a press release. .
The park, which costs around Rs 17.6 crore, has various public amenities, including restrooms, parking, trading counters, designer streetlights and focus light, for visitors. People will also be able to enjoy Chandni Chowk’s delicious cuisine and handicrafts. of Old Delhi here.
In the first phase, an area of ​​about 1.7 acres was developed by spending about Rs 7.6 crore. The northern company had then arranged for Rs 4.7 crore of its resources. For the balance, Vijay Goel contributed from his MPLAD funds and many other MPs across party lines contributed to the project, the civic body said.

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