June 13, 2024

MOON Desk: Rajshahi City Corporation (RCC) has implemented seven major development projects with an estimated cost of around Taka 295.60 crore aimed at enhancing civic facilities during the last couple of years.
The RCC has constructed the country’s ever-largest mural of the Father of Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in C&B Crossing area in Rajshahi city at a cost of around Taka 5.02 crore.
Height of the mural is 58 feet having a 50-feet height and 40-feet wide Bangabandhu photo in the main part of the mural.
Terracotta works were done on 700-feet space on both sides of the boundary wall. Gallery and landscaping were well-decorated with super granite. The mural has night vision with decorative electric bulbs.
Rajshahi City Mayor AHM Khairuzzaman Liton said the mural inspires people to know about Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman along with his life, works and laudable contribution and sacrifice to the country’s Independence.
Construction work of Sheikh Russel Shishu Park is on the final stage in Rajshahi city aimed at opening up a new horizon in recreation of people, particularly the children.
The park was established on 2.14 acres of land in Chhotobangram area through a time-fitting design to give an eye-catching and attractive look with an estimated cost of around Taka 4.43 crore.
There are various modern rides including bridge, open stage, walk ways, artificial hill and full-proof security in the park.
Rajshahi people will get a new architectural view in the park and that will contribute a lot towards physical and mental development of children, benefiting people of all ages.
The city corporation has been elevating the Bilsimla Railway crossing to City Hat road to four-lane aimed at making the movement of both vehicles and people quick and smooth.
It’s turning the road to 80-feet wide along with a four-foot-wide road divider with an outlay of around Taka 44.92 crore.
On both sides of the 3.532-kilometer road, a 44-feet road, 12-feet wide drain and footpath and 20-feet road for the slow-moving vehicles are also being constructed. It has also been elevating another dilapidated road to a smart one at a cost of around Taka 55.78 crore.
The 4.17-kilometer potential road from Naodapara bus terminal to Bhadra Railway crossing is being elevated to four-lanes from double lane with additional two other lanes for slow-moving vehicles, road divider and drain and footpaths on both sides.

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