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Multi-featured park in Panchkula hanging fire

Multi-featured park in Panchkula hanging fire

Construction material lying at the Sector 24 park in Panchkula.



Ria Nag

Panchkula, July 9

The development of a multi-featured park at Sector 24 has had significant delays. The project was set to be completed and inaugurated by June 30; however, it is behind schedule.

The park is being developed by the HSVP on 18 acres of land for Rs 35 crore. Importantly, Assembly Speaker Gian Chand Gupta paid a visit to the site last year in August and directed officials responsible for it to complete the project on time.

The work at the park is still going on, and the construction of the open-air theatre is about halfway done. However, the plantation process has not commenced yet. The installation of electrical infrastructure, which includes building 12 high-mast lights, is still going on.

The onsite workers could not provide any significant updates on the overall development of the park. Sourabh, who works for a contractor and is responsible for the construction of the open-air theatre, said, “Different contractors handle different portions of work. We are not sure when the work on the entire park will be completed. I am looking after the construction of the theatre. It will be completed soon.”

HSVP Executive Engineer (Civil) NK Payal said, “The park is expected to be completed by March 2025. It would feature state-of-the-art infrastructure, including an open theatre, an open restaurant, a musical fountain. About Rs 17 crore worth of development is pending.”

He said, “There have been certain delays in the planning phase. This is a high-level construction project that takes time.”

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