Hyderabad: Night bazaar along Hussainsagar soon | Hyderabad News – Times of India

HYDERABAD: After kicking off the ‘Sunday-Funday’ programme on Tank Bund, the municipal administration department is now gearing up to set up a ‘night bazaar’ around Hussainsagar.
Though a decision has been taken last year itself, the department could not go ahead with the plan due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Municipal administration minister KT Rama Rao informed this during a short discussion on Pattana Pragati in the legislative council on Friday.
Officials of Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) have identified about 1,300-metre stretch along the lake for development to convert into a tourist spot. The HMDA is planning to set up retail units with proposed pre-fabricated fibre reinforced plastic (FRP). The GHMC, a few years ago, had planned similar night bazaar in the Old City as part of Charminar Pedestrianisation Project (CPP), but could not take it up.
As part of the project, officials are planning a wood plastic composite (WPC) deck along the shoreline to enhance the ambience at the lake.
“Previous governments focused on certain and prioritised fields. But, the TRS government has been adopting a wholistic and an inclusive approach on development. While giving priority for industries and IT sector, special programmes were taken up as part of Palle Pragati and Pattan Pragati. Even green cover enhancements were given priority,” KTR said.
He listed out the programmes taken up by the government in Greater Hyderabad and HMDA limits and other municipalities.


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