Indore will soon build a barrier-free park

Indore is all set to get a barrier-free park for people with disabilities under a government scheme. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, confirmed the news at an event.

The work has been assigned to the Indore Development Authority (IDA). 5173 sq metres of land will be allotted for this purpose. There will be a garden and amenities in the park that will cater to disabled people.

An authority from IDA said that a Mumbai-based company has already been roped in to work on the landscape and horticulture for the park.

The Social Justice and Disability Welfare Department has allocated a budget of Rs 3.64 crore for the project.

Authorities from the IDA said that construction of the park will begin in another six months at AB Road near Press Complex in Indore.

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