An energy park of Rs 125 billion will be built in Koradi soon. Dr. Nitin Raut, Minister of Guardian, has instructed the Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) to submit plans to the Maharashtra State Government for approval. The Park will be built next to the Koradi Thermal Power Plant (KTPS) to show how energy is produced and there is also a live model of power lines.
Koradi is now a major tourist center and thousands of people visit Jagdamba Temple, so it was proposed to set up an energy park so that citizens could directly experience the whole process from generation to distribution.
On Monday, doctor. Raut examines the development work outsourced to NIT. NIT Chairman Manoj Kumar Suryawanshi, Director Engineer Leena Upadhaye, Architect Ashok Mokha and Executive Engineer Prashant Bhandarkar attended.
The park is attractive to visitors to Koradi. The plan will provide auditoriums, playgrounds for children, various models of energy generation, energy parks based on commercial value and more. During the meeting, Dr. Raut also considered a proposal to mark the land of Bhikhu Niwas and the library in the Teka Naka area.
The land identified for the project is Nazur and authorities will need to examine the records and take further steps. You will need to discuss with Temple Trust staff and Bikparishad to find a solution.
Similarly, the Minister has also ordered NIT officials to consider the Shree Guru Grant Sahib Prabhandak Commission’s request to transfer ownership of the land to the Commission because it has used the land for the past 40 years.