Delhi's revamped Chandni Chowk all set to be inaugurated on April 17

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Delhi's notable Chandni Chowk has been redone and is good to go to be initiated by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on April 17. Allegedly, the redid stretch has been improved with smooth streets and green zones. Various new offices will currently be accessible there to guarantee vacationers coming from across the world make some incredible memories during their time in the clamoring notable market. The redid stretch will run from Red Fort to Fatehpuri Mosque, which will stay a non-mechanized zone from 9 AM to 9 PM. 


Work on this 1.3 km stretch from Red Fort and Fatehpuri Mosque, had begun in December 2018, which will before long be operational going full speed ahead. It is accepted that the beautification of this stretch will give a gigantic lift to the city's travel industry. The stretch created at an expected expense of INR 99 crore according to the Delhi government, they have put forth every one of the attempts to improve the excellence of the authentic site. The organization additionally did a ton of things to make Chandni Chowk look green and delightful and an incredible sight. 

Further, for non-mechanized vehicles, a wide asphalt of around 5 to 10 m has been based on one or the other roadside. At that point, there is a 2.5 m pathway on one or the other roadside. Notwithstanding, electric vehicles will be permitted to work for the accommodation of senior residents.