Karol Bagh gets much awaited stack parking in market with capacity of 96 cars

New Delhi, Fri, 06 Sep 2013 NI Wire

Leader of Opposition in Delhi Legislative Assembly and former Union Minister Dr. Vijay Kumar Malhotra has said that Delhi has population of about two crore and the number of cars here is highest among all metropolitan cities. He was addressing a gathering during inaugural ceremony of the newly constructed stack parking in Karol Bagh.

On the occasion, Malhotra said, ?Despite the rising population, the corporation is providing all possible services to the citizens. This parking would come as a great relief for the residents and traders here.?

BJP Delhi President Vijay Goel said that the Corporation has done a great job by developing this parking in Karol Bagh. ?This parking would benefit local residents, traders who work here and the citizens who visit this market. Further, its relevance will be more in the upcoming festive season,? he said.

North Delhi Mayor Azad Singh said that he has inspected all the wards in North Delhi and promised to provide more number of parking facilities. He congratulated area councillor Mr. Rajesh Bhatia on this occasion for completion of this project.

It is noted that this parking had begun in 2010 and has finally completed. ?Under-construction parking in Kamla Nagar can accommodate more than 800 cars. The multi-level car parking is also set to be inaugurated on August 16, 2013. A parking of the similar kind needs to be devel oped in Karol Bagh as well.The parking has been constructed with a cost of Rs. 78 lakh and it can accommodate 96 cars.

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