G-20 summit: 20 parks will be rejuvenated before conference, many facilities including walking trails will be built – G-20 summit 20 parks will be rejuvenated before conference

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The face of 20 parks in different parts of Delhi will be changed ahead of the G-20 summit. The beautification of all these parks will be carried out under the supervision of LG VK Saxena. This will be beautifully gardened, walking paths will be made, benches, lighting will be installed.

Work on this has started on schedule. To prepare for the G-20 Summit in Delhi, MCD has built a new park on the same lines on the vacant lot near gate number five of Lajpat Nagar Metro Station. It was inaugurated by LG VK Saxena on Sunday. About 860 square meters of barren land lying fallow in the middle of Lajpat Nagar market has been developed as a beautiful park. The park has a boundary wall, a pergola and benches where visitors can sit. Various types of shrubs and flower plants have been planted to enhance the beauty of the park. There is also an elephant statue made of stone. In addition, a platform in the South Extension-2 market has been developed as a selfie point by installing two beautiful peacock artwork.

LG VK Saxena informed that the MCD has identified several spots in Delhi to create beautiful works of art. Amphitheater located at GK-2 M Block Market, South Extension-2 Market, Lajpat Nagar-2 Market, PVR Saket, Karol Bagh Market, Chandni Chowk, Surajmal Vihar Market, Defense Colony-2 Market, parking and parking at Gol Chakkar, Beautiful artworks will be created at Punjabi Bagh Market, Aurobindo Place Part-2, Hauz Khas Market, Plaza Market Vasundhara Enclave, CSC-3 DDA Market Mayur Vihar Phase-3, Malviya Nagar Market, Qudsia Park, Pusa Chauraha, Pusa Island, Shankar Road .

The Delhi government will also engage people

The Kejriwal government will involve the people of Delhi in the maintenance of parks. For this, environmental consultant Reena Gupta took part in the cleaning campaign of the Paryavaran Mitra Park on Sunday. Under the program, the people of the surrounding areas formed a group and did the work of beautification by cleaning the Vivekananda (Sindhi) Park in Rajendra Nagar. People participated in many activities including planting trees by removing the rubbish. Paryavaran Mitras promised to clean the neighborhood parks on January 26. In addition, we continue to take steps at our level to improve the environment. They will increasingly involve community volunteers to improve the environment. On this occasion, Reena Gupta said that the cooperation of local leaders and citizens is being received in the effort to improve the city. By working together we can improve the beauty and quality of the environment. The Paryavaran Mitra Program is a community volunteer initiative. Desk

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