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Move to beautify Dighalipukhuri

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GUWAHATI, Sept 21 � In a move to develop and beautify the historic Dighalipukhuri and its surrounding areas, the district administration has decided to facelift the area in association with the Assam Tourism Development Corporation (ATDC).

The developmental works will include fencing of the entire perimeter of the Dighalipukhuri area and proper footpaths both inside and outside the park surrounding Dighalipukhuri. As per the direction of Chief Secretary of State government, the Deputy Commissioner Kamrup (M) has directed the Guwahati Municipal Corporation and ATDC to clean and beautify the area.

�One portion of the pond is still in a dilapidated condition, with some abandoned structures on the bank of the pond. To restore the beauty of Dighalipukhuri, it is important to clean the pond regularly. With restoration of both internal and external footpaths surrounding the entire pond, proper electrification and illumination would also be done,� Dr M Angamuthu, DC Kamrup (Metro), told The Assam Tribune.

After removal of the debris, the pond would be cleaned properly, where armature water sports activities could be carried out.

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Move to beautify Dighalipukhuri

GUWAHATI, Sept 21 � In a move to develop and beautify the historic Dighalipukhuri and its surrounding areas, the district administration has decided to facelift the area in association with the Assam Tourism Development Corporation (ATDC).

The developmental works will include fencing of the entire perimeter of the Dighalipukhuri area and proper footpaths both inside and outside the park surrounding Dighalipukhuri. As per the direction of Chief Secretary of State government, the Deputy Commissioner Kamrup (M) has directed the Guwahati Municipal Corporation and ATDC to clean and beautify the area.

�One portion of the pond is still in a dilapidated condition, with some abandoned structures on the bank of the pond. To restore the beauty of Dighalipukhuri, it is important to clean the pond regularly. With restoration of both internal and external footpaths surrounding the entire pond, proper electrification and illumination would also be done,� Dr M Angamuthu, DC Kamrup (Metro), told The Assam Tribune.

After removal of the debris, the pond would be cleaned properly, where armature water sports activities could be carried out.