This is how Hyderabad's Murgi Chowk would look post revamp

The proposed reconstruction project, taken up at a cost of Rs. 36 crores will also include street lighting, benches, a garden fence, and landscaping leading up to the Murgi Chowk entrance plaza.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  18 April 2022 4:04 PM GMT
This is how Hyderabads Murgi Chowk would look post revamp

Hyderabad: The foundation stone for the reconstruction of Mahboob Chowk popular as Murgi Chowk, the meat and poultry market at Laad Bazaar in Charminar will be laid on 19 April by MAUD Minister KT Rama Rao. The meat and poultry market is going to have an additional floor accommodating more shops.

The proposed reconstruction project, taken up at a cost of Rs. 36 crores will also include street lighting, benches, a garden fence, and landscaping leading up to the Murgi Chowk entrance plaza.



Besides this foundation stones for three other projects will also be laid in the Old City tomorrow- revamping Mir Alam Mandi, Rehabilitation of the sewerage network in zone 3 areas, and restoration and development of Sardar Mahal in Charminar.

The Mir Alam Mandi is one of the oldest and biggest vegetable markets with over 43 wholesale shops and around 300 vendors doing business in the mandi. As part of the revamping project taken up at a cost of Rs. 21.9 crores, the market is expected to have pathways, sheds, internal roads, and also many modern facilities to cater to the present needs of the market.

The foundation stone for the sewerage works in the Karwan constituency amounting to Rs. 297.3 crores will also be laid tomorrow.

Another historical building in the city, Sardar Mahal built in 1900 will be developed as a cultural space as part of the revival and development programme undertaken at a cost of Rs. 30 crores. This inturn is expected to maximize the cultural, social, and tourist potential of the Charminar area.

Besides, the multimedia musical fountain at Mir Alam Tank and the Bahadurpura flyover expected to ease the traffic at Bahadurpura junction will also be inaugurated tomorrow.

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