Amrapali Village residents can now breath fresh air in newly renovated park
Amrapali Village residents can now breath fresh air in newly renovated park
Ashish Srivastava
Amrapali Village residents can now breath fresh air in newly renovated park
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Amrapali Village residents can now breath fresh air in newly renovated park

The renovated central park of Amrapali Village, a high-rise in Indirapuram, is now open to the residents after being closed down for over two months. The park was closed for the renovation work. A simple ceremony was held by RWA of the high-rise to celebrate this occasion.

"Now the residents will have a beautiful and lush green space to sit peacefully or to take morning and evening walks," told Deepak Kumar, president of the RWA.

Kumar told that the builder of the high-rise had handed over the park to RWA in a shabby state. The residents were demanding its renovation for a long time. "So we decided to redevelop and beautify the park," Kumar added.

"The RWA has done the renovation with the monthly maintenance charge it gets from the residents. We demanded no extra money from the residents for this purpose," informed Sonu Malhotra, an executive member of the RWA.

“The RWA has kept more than hundred flower pots in the park and planted grass on the ground,” Malhotra said.

"Besides developing green cover of the park, we have added a few amenities as well. The park is now equipped with 10 benches and 20 LED lights for illumination," Malhotra added.