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Mysuru to get theme park on rainwater harvesting


MYSURU: With an aim to teach other people on the importance of rainwater harvesting and effort conservation, the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) will come up with a theme park at Hinkal Park on Ring Road.

The theme park will be set up with the help of CSR investment at an estimated cost of Rs three crore.


The two-acre Hinkal Park, which belongs to the Mysuru Urban Development Authority, will be handed over to the MCC, which in flip will soak up the venture. The theme park may have the entire details about rainwater harvesting. A type development may even arise explaining RWH and effort conservation.


Speaking to TOI, K H Jagadeesha, commissioner, MCC, stated, “To create consciousness about the importance of rainwater harvesting with the assistance from Automotive Axles and different industries, we can set up a theme park. An oral approval in this regard has already been given via Automotive Axles and different firms and right through their next meeting they have confident to get the venture approved. Equal importance will be given to power conservation, which contains solar and wind energy. People will have to know extra about change assets of power and how they may be able to be extracted. Models will be set up at the theme park explaining the processes.” He also discussed that a detailed venture report has been ready and MUDA has agreed to provide the two-acre park to MCC.


Shobana Sambasivan, running president of Mysore Grahakara Parishat, stated, “Instead of taking over initiatives like Disneyland, it's just right that MCC is coming out with a theme park on rainwater harvesting and effort conservation. Before taking over the venture, it's all the time better to pool in ideas, together with professional evaluations. It will also be emulated in numerous localities of Mysuru.”




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