Delhi’s Chandni Chowk has been renovated, and inauguration will be by the city Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on April 17. As per reports, the new stretch is now long and wide with sleek road and better zones.
A number of recent facilities are there to make sure tourists coming back from across the globe have a good time. The revamped stretch can run from Red Fort to Fatehpuri Mosque. It will be a non-motorised zone from 9 AM to 9 PM.
The work on this stretch began in December 2018, which will be operational soon in full swing. Also, there is belief that the change of state of this stretch can give a large boost to the city’s commercial enterprise trade.
The stretch developed is approx INR 99 crore as per the city government. Also, they have done all the efforts to reinforce the wonder of the historical web site. The administration conjointly did heaps of things to form Chandni Chowk look better and exquisite and a sight to see.
Further, for non-motorised vehicles, a good pavement of around 5-10 m has been designed on either facet of the road. Also, there is a 2.5 m pathway on either facet of the road. However, electrical vehicles are going to run to control for the convenience of senior population.
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