Tribune News Service
Ambala, October 16
A state-of-the-art nature park-cum-tourist complex has come up in Ambala Cantonment. Dedicated to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the Rs 26 crore project will be opened to the public in November.
The project will comprise a 12-foot-high statue of Bose, a lake, boating club, food court, nature park, skating rink, musical coloured fountains, open-air theatre, children’s corner, gaming zone and swings.
The statue of Bose was unveiled on his 123rd birth anniversary in January. Padma Bhushan Ram V Sutar from Maharashtra, who had designed the Statue of Unity, made the statue at a cost of Rs 26 lakh.
Reviewing work at the project site, Local Government Chief Engineer DR Bhaskar instructed the contractor to complete the project by November 15.
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