Bhopal: Park near Narmada Bhavan turned into parking space

BHOPAL: Vehicles regularly parked by outsiders and stray animal menace in the park in front of Narmada Bhavan, Tulsi Nagar have become headache for local residents. Visitors coming from all over the state to attend any function at Narmada Bhavan, park their vehicles inside the park which has no boundary wall.

Local residents blamed Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) administration for non-maintenance.  There is no restriction on stray dogs so parents do not let children to play there use. Stray canines keep on roaming in herd there and children remain panicky. As per the local residents, there must be a security guard monitoring anti-social elements. Secondly, it will also check the stray animals’ movement in the park.

Sandeep Soni

“There must be proper facilities which the park lacks. But as it has been neglected and people park their vehicles in the park. BMC administration should look into the matter for the proper maintenance of the park.”

Shubham Shrivastava

“It is big headache for the residents as visitors who come to attend any function at Narmada Bhavan, park their vehicles on the land of park where there is no proper seating arrangement. BMC should take up such issue promptly.”

Abhiral Singh

“There is no restriction on stray animals in the park. Children can not play there due to herds of animals. Stray dogs menace is a matter of concern for local residents. Outsiders park their vehicles in park and confront locals if they raise objection.”

Satyam Sharma

“It is the lethargic attitude of the BMC administration which consistently neglect the park’s maintenance. Stray animals should be rounded up for the safety of the children. Outsiders should be discouraged from parking their vehicles at park.”

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