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PM Modi unveils renovation of Central Vista Avenue, Netaji Statue at India Gate | India latest news

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on The newly approved Kartavia Trail opened on Thursday – stretch of The road from Rashtrapati Bhavan and India Gate, formerly known as Rajpath in a grand ceremony.

he is also Unveiled 28-foot-high statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose at India Gate and push flowers tribute For the legendary freedom fighter. The Prime Minister was accompanied by a number of Union Ministers for The event.

Before of Open Renew stretchPrime Minister’s reaction with Workers who They were involved in redevelopment project of Central Vista in Delhi. Modi told the “shramjeevis” (workers) that he would invite everyone of they who a job on redevelopment project of Central Vista for The next Republic Day Parade.

Prime Minister also Walk along the gallery on India Gate buildings showcase the evolution of Central Vista Street over The past Nine decades.

renovated stretch part of Moody government ambitious R13,450 crore Redevelopment of Central Vista projectWhich also imagine new tripartite parliament buildinga common Central Secretariat, a new prime residence and officeand new pocket cum.

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This is the first project completed under the Central Vista redevelopment plan.

The redeveloped “Cartavia Path” will feature landscapes and green meadows with lanes, added green spaces, renovated canals, new rest blocks, improved Banners and kiosks.

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additional, new lower footpaths, improved parking spaces, new Improved night lighting and display panels are some of the other things features that will enhance public experience.

In pictures: Central Vista Avenue renovated

He. She also includes a number of Sustainability features like Solid waste management, rainwater management, recycling of Water used, rainwater harvesting, water conservation and energy efficient lighting systems, among others.


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