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Development of Tourism corridor from Panchakki to Aurangabad caves demanded in Aurangabad

Aurangabad: The Aurangabad City District Congress Committee has demanded construction of Tourism corridor from Panchakki to Aurangabad caves via Bibi ka Maqbara besides other developmental projects for the city.

A delegation of the committee put forth the demand when they met Industries and Guardian Minister of Aurangabad Subhash Desai on Friday night, said Aurangabad District Congress Committee president Mohammad Hisham Osmani.

Talking to UNI on Friday, Mr Osmani said they have demanded that a tourism corridor be declared and developed from Panchakki to Aurangabad caves via Bibi ka Maqbara and a new road be constructed from Panchakki to Maqbara along the Kham River side and preservation of the historical Kham River and small shops be constructed along the road side for unemployed youths of Aurangabad to start up some new business.

Relief to be provided in AMC and water tax collection drive being run by AMC and many more demands like maintenance of roads and drainage lines plus re-considering the projects given on BOT and AMC to construct them by itself and provide employment to the unemployed youths of Aurangabad.

Regularising all the illegal houses / slum colonies constructed till 2015 under Gunthewari scheme so that poor people houses can get regularized and they can get all the basic facilities from the government and AMC too will get revenue from these colonies are some other demands made.

Plus developing the area around Sardar Patel statue and opening it for the public and naming that garden as “Sardar Patel Uddyan”.

Installing the statue of late Indira Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri on either sides of Rangeen Gate among others developmental works, he added.

Those who were present on the occasion were Prakash Mugdiya, Eqbal Singh Gill, M A Azhar, Arun Shirsath, Subhash Deokar.

Today, Chief minster Uddhav Thackeray will be inaugurating Rs 1680 crores pipeline project along with several others developmental works at the Garware stadium.

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