After four years, Jhansi is no longer a smart city

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Jhansi. The streets are dilapidated, there is rubbish everywhere and the condition of the water is obvious. There were many claims and promises to make Jhansi smart, but even after four years there wasn’t much shrewdness on Jhansi’s face. The central government has allocated a budget of more than five hundred billion rupees for the past four years, but in four years officials have completed the work, worth only five million rupees. In such a situation, talk of making Jhansi intelligent only turns out to be on paper.
Jhansi was elected to the Central Government’s Smart City Mission on June 23, 2017. After that, a huge sum of 1000 crores was to be spent on rejuvenating the city. The central government also submitted the first budget on time, but work was far from starting due to the tensions between the officials at the time. As a result, even after four years, only Rs 5.47 billion worth of work could be completed. Due to the officers’ negligence and lack of coordination between them, Jhansi has proven to be the worst in her job in the entire state. The situation is that the municipal utilities have proposed a total of 230 projects for the Smart City project, but only 28 projects have started. While work on 202 projects could not begin. Almost all the important works in the Smart City are incomplete. Under Smart City, the work of the integrated command and control room, which was built for 179.91 billion rupees, is almost complete, but the work has not yet started at full capacity. The traffic control work is done manually. The image of urban waters should also be changed under Smart City, but this work is also lagging behind. There is little hope of completion before the rain.
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This work can be completed so far
– The installation of the national flag in Maithilisharan Gupta Park.
Open gym in two parks.
Construction of seven pink toilets.
Smart class and computer room in three schools.
– Installation of solar power plants in primary schools.
– Installation of 12 floodlights on the mast.
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this work continues
Integrated control center work
Air-conditioned badminton court at Dhyan Chand Stadium.
– Open gym in 40 parks.
Water dispenser in 10 places.
– Embellishment of Dharamshala and Antiya Talab with water.
– Construction of the new GGI school building.
Solar panels in government buildings.
– Construction of a yoga center in 40 parks.
– Construction of a rainwater harvesting system
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This work has not started yet
– Underground cable laying works throughout the city
– New primary school with modern facilities in Pichhore
– Five electric vehicles for Jhansi Fort
WiFi hotspots and solar power lamps in five parks
– New page management system
– Smart sales zone
– New parks and WiFi hotspots near the fortress
– Installation of floodlights in the hockey field of the Dhyanchandra Stadium
– Free food in the communal kitchen
– Interactive kiosk for tourists
– Bundelkhand cultural center
– Modern parking space
– Floodlights for night game
– Construction of the new primary school in Hansari with all modern facilities
– Operation of electric vehicles
Light and sound show and border wall, landscaping within the fortress.
Initially, the pace of work in the context of Smart City was very slow. Some work has picked up speed since last year. There is a lot of work going on. The works of the Smart City will soon be visible.
Ramtirth Singhal, Mayor

Jhansi. The streets are dilapidated, there is rubbish everywhere and the condition of the water is obvious. There were many claims and promises to make Jhansi smart, but even after four years there wasn’t much shrewdness on Jhansi’s face. The central government has allocated a budget of more than five hundred billion rupees for the past four years, but in four years officials have completed the work, worth only five million rupees. In such a situation, talk of making Jhansi intelligent only turns out to be on paper.

Jhansi was elected to the Central Government’s Smart City Mission on June 23, 2017. After that, a huge sum of 1000 crores was to be spent on rejuvenating the city. The central government also submitted the first budget on time, but work was far from starting due to the tensions between the officials at the time. As a result, even after four years, only Rs 5.47 billion worth of work could be completed. Due to the officers’ negligence and lack of coordination between them, Jhansi has proven to be the worst in her job in the entire state. The situation is that the municipal utilities have proposed a total of 230 projects for the Smart City project, but only 28 projects have started. While work on 202 projects could not begin. Almost all the important works in the Smart City are incomplete. Under Smart City, the work of the integrated command and control room, which was built for 179.91 billion rupees, is almost complete, but the work has not yet started at full capacity. The traffic control work is done manually. The image of urban waters should also be changed under Smart City, but this work is also lagging behind. There is little hope of completion before the rain.

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This work can be completed so far

– The installation of the national flag in Maithilisharan Gupta Park.

Open gym in two parks.

Construction of seven pink toilets.

Smart class and computer room in three schools.

– Installation of solar power plants in primary schools.

– Installation of 12 floodlights on the mast.

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this work continues

Integrated control center work

Air-conditioned badminton court at Dhyan Chand Stadium.

– Open gym in 40 parks.

Water dispenser in 10 places.

– Embellishment of Dharamshala and Antiya Talab with water.

– Construction of the new GGI school building.

Solar panels in government buildings.

– Construction of a yoga center in 40 parks.

– Construction of a rainwater harvesting system

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This work has not started yet

– Underground cable laying works throughout the city

– New primary school with modern facilities in Pichhore

– Five electric vehicles for Jhansi Fort

WiFi hotspots and solar power lamps in five parks

– New page management system

– Smart sales zone

– New parks and WiFi hotspots near the fortress

– Installation of floodlights in the hockey field of the Dhyanchandra Stadium

– Free food in the communal kitchen

– Interactive kiosk for tourists

– Bundelkhand cultural center

– Modern parking space

– Floodlights for night game

– Construction of the new primary school in Hansari with all modern facilities

– Operation of electric vehicles

Light and sound show and border wall, landscaping within the fortress.

Initially, the pace of work in the context of Smart City was very slow. Some work has picked up speed since last year. There is a lot of work going on. The works of the Smart City will soon be visible.

Ramtirth Singhal, Mayor

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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