Neighbourhood News Desk/ Mumbai/ Simran Virdi
A first-of-its-kind initiative has been taken by the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation to construct a park for special children and disabled people in Maharashtra. The construction of the park started in 2017. Reportedly, the budget for this project is 6.7 crore. The park measurement 11,212 square metres at Sanpada. The park will be named Century Garden. If the project ended before time or so then its doors may open by the end of February.
Ramaswamy N, Commissioner of NMMC told that they have hired good consultants and the steps of development will be taken according to them. The park has been segregated into three zones for the visitor’s conveniences, he added.