What will be the future of Indore after 23 years… Major departments gave presentation in the meeting called by the Collector, preparations started for the upcoming projects including Economic Corridor.

  • Indore.

Preparation for Vision-2047 has been started by important departments. Collector Ashish Singh yesterday discussed with the authority, Municipal Corporation, Transport Department and MPIDC about what Indore will be like after 23 years and also saw the presentation prepared by the departments, in which the Municipal Corporation has prepared a plan for the city with a population of more than 60 lakhs. When Mann Se gave information about Narmada Project, Sewerage, Storm Water Line and others, the authority presented its vision and told about the plan to develop satellite towns along the 108 km green ring corridor. At present the authority is also working on 10 TPS.

However, the code of conduct for Lok Sabha elections will remain in force till June 6, in which no new tenders or work can be done. But along with the already ongoing projects, departmental reviews have also started. The Chief Minister himself called a meeting the day before yesterday regarding the preparations for Simhastha-2028, in which the work to be done in Ujjain as well as Indore was also discussed. On the other hand, yesterday in the meeting of Vision Document 2047, Collector Ashish Singh asked the concerned departments about their action plan.

Discussed. Actually, the master plan of Indore also has to be prepared. This vision document will prove useful for that also. Municipal Commissioner Shivam Verma, Additional Commissioner Siddharth Jain, Abhay Rajangaonkar, Manoj Pathak and others, besides developing basic facilities in 29 villages included in the corporation limits along with city forest in every ward, vertical garden on overbridge, metro rail project, etc. Information about how much water the city will require in the next 25 years was given. Currently, Indore gets water from three phases of Narmada, while under the Amrit Yojana, the corporation has also planned the fourth phase of Narmada, in which 645 MLD water will be provided additionally. Apart from this, information about other projects including sanitation, sewerage, road network, storm water line was also given, while the departmental officer Sapna Jain, present in the meeting on behalf of MPIDC, mentioned other projects including Pithampur Industrial Belt as well as Indore-Pithampur Corridor.

In his presentation, RP Ahirwar, CEO of Indore Development Authority, not only gave information about the proposed Startup Park and Convention Center, but also told about the project of 108 kilometer Green Ring Corridor. According to Mr. Ahirwar, the population of the city is increasing rapidly. Therefore, this green ring corridor can be developed around it, which will not only ease the traffic, but dense trees of indigenous species will be planted on it under abundant greenery.

Source- Agniban

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