Inspired by China’s BRT service (above), Gujarat has
developed its bus service in cities like Ahmedabad.
(File Photo)
Inspired by China’s BRT service (above), Gujarat has developed its bus service in cities like Ahmedabad. (File Photo)

Indore: The comprehensive development of the city would be started very soon.The entire planning is ready. Under the development plan, roads will
be widened, parking and traffic of the city reorganized, CCTV cameras
will be installed and water bodies will be restored. Also the action
against mafias will be intensified further.

The responsible leaders and top officers of the city present their
thought and plan about the city development in a high level meeting
held here on Thursday. The meeting was presided over by Minister
Tulsiram Silawat.

The meeting was attended by MLA Mahendra Hardia, ADG Yogesh Deshmukh, Divisional Commissioner Dr. Pawan Kumar Sharma, Collector Manish Singh, IG Harinarayan Chari Mishra, CCF CS Ninama, Forest Circle
Officer Kiran Bisen and other officials were present.

Silawat said, “Very effective action is being taken against mafias in Madhya
Pradesh especially in the city. Action should be given further push
against mafia. Chief Minister Chouhan has a pledge that Indore should
top the country with cleanliness as well as development and progress.
For this, the implementation of the five-year plan should be started

There is immense potential for development in the city and
district, and looking for them, make a far-reaching plan. Take up the
task of water conservation, such as deepening of ponds and their
restoration. Take large ponds in it and develop them as ideal water
body. He directed to prepare a plan for the development of the
Umrikheda sub-forest of the forest department located near the city.
He said that special attention should also be paid to the development
of Ralamandal.

MLA Mahendra Hardia: Development works are taking place at a very fast
pace in the city. Effective action is also being taken against mafia.
A plan for renovation of residential and commercial units in Nehru
Nagar and other areas of Madhya Pradesh Housing Board should be

Divisional commissioner Dr. Pawan Kumar Sharma: The campaign against
mafias will be given more momentum. This campaign will go on to
completely eliminate the mafia. He said that the public transport
system will be made so that citizens can get transportation from their
homes, nearby and other places to the last stop.

ADG Yogesh Deshmukh: Effective action is being taken with better
coordination by the administration and police to end the mafia. He
said that if a large number of CCTV cameras are installed in the city,
it will facilitate control and investigation of crimes.

Collector Manish Singh: a plan is being prepared to run about one
thousand new buses and only cars to improve public transport system.
Traffic system will also be strengthened. Parking system will expand.
Plans for widening of city roads are also being finalized.

IG Harinarayan Chari Mishra: the process of removal of illegal
encroachments of mafias is going on. It has started getting good
results. There is a need to encourage shopkeepers and business
establishments in public interest for this, with a large number of
CCTV cameras installed in the city.

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