OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER
GOVERNMENT OF DELHI
· DELHI GOVT. TO BEAUTIFY FIVE ENTRY POINTS OF THE STATE
· DEPUTY CHIEF MINISTER, SHRI MANISH SISODIA REVIEWS AND APPROVES BEAUTIFICATION PLAN OF FIVE ENTRY POINTS/GATES TO DELHI
· ENTRY POINTS/ENTRY GATES AT GURUGRAM BORDER, TIKRI KALAN BORDER, GAZIPUR BORDER, APSARA BORDER AND ANAND VIHAR BORDER WILL BE AESTHETICALLY DEVELOPED
· DILLI HAAT AT INA WILL ALSO BE RE-DEVELOPED AND BE GIVEN A NEW LOOK
New Delhi : 26/12/2018
The Govt. of NCT of Delhi will beautify Five entry points and creation of Entry Gates to give an attractive and pleasing look to the commuters entering Delhi. A concept plan for beautification of entry points and creation of entry gates prepared by DTTDC was presented before Dy. Chief Minister of Delhi, Sh. Manish Sisodia today at Delhi Secretariat. Shri Sisodia after reviewing and going through the vision and concept plan, has approved the beautification of entry points.
The beautification of entries of Delhi will give aesthetically pleasing look to the commuters entering Delhi.
Five entry points have been identified for taking up beautification and makeover in phase-I at Gurugram Border, Tikri Kalan Border, Gazipur Border, Apsara Border and Anand Vihar border near Kaushambi.
The Government will also Re-develop the Dilli Haat at INA. To make the Haat user-friendly and give pleasant environment in the Haat, the up-gradation of same is need of the time Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation (DTTDC)has prepared an up-gradation plan for revamping the Haat and same was also reviewed by the Dy. Chief Minister. It was desired that Food Court shall be up-graded to the extent of present user requirement and make the food court hygienic. It was desired the work shall be taken up in phase manner, so that it does not affect the visitors.
Dilli Haat INA was constructed in the year 1994. Since its inception lot of changes in surrounding have taken place due to infrastructure developments like entry of INA metro station and extension of Barapula Flyover up to Ring Road and hence it was decided to redevelop the Haat.