The countdown for the grand inauguration of the world-class tourist destination, Chambal River Front, and City Park, a dream project of Urban Development and Local Self-Government Minister Shanti Dhariwal, has begun. With the proposed inauguration scheduled for September 3rd and 4th, the team from Nagar Vikas Nyas is engaged in completing the final phase of preparations. Every detail, from monument lighting to beautification, cleanliness, and all arrangements, is monitored to ensure flawless execution. On Saturday, OSD RD Meena and Secretary Rajesh Joshi from the Nyas, along with renowned architect Anoop Barteria, inspected the eastern and western shores of the Chambal River Front. They evaluated the entry and exit digital systems for visitor safety, including digital system installations, and gave special directions for enhancing security measures.
Inspection of Each Ghat of the RiverFront
As the grand inauguration event of the Chambal River Front approaches, the Nyas team is meticulously overseeing the final preparations. Starting from the entry point of the thermal colony area to the Chambal River Front, a review was conducted to ensure all arrangements were in place. This was followed by an inspection of each ghat on the western shore, including Shourya Chowk, the Administrative Building, and the riverfront, to observe the lighting and cleanliness arrangements according to each ghat's unique design. Special directions were given to rectify discrepancies and ensure that all arrangements are impeccable. Similarly, a thorough examination was conducted on the eastern shore, including the Barrage Garden and all ghats, to review the final phase preparations. During the inspection, Deputy Secretary Sarita, Chief Engineer OP Verma, Principal Engineer Kamal Meena, Vinod Kumar God, Amrit Choudhary, Lalit Meena, along with other officials and engineers, were present.
Kota's Entry Gate will Shine.
During the grand inauguration event of Chambal River Front and City Park, Kota's entry gate will be adorned with captivating decorations. The officials and architect Anoop Barteria, starting from Bundi to Kota's boundary, inspected the entire route. They evaluated the ongoing preparations for the final phase, including road beautification, lighting, and cleanliness.