Sunday – Funday program to be held at Charminar
Hyderabad, Oct.14 (Maxim News): After the grand success of the Sunday- Funday program– which is being held at Tank Bund on every Sunday, The state government has decided to hold a similar program at the historic Charminar on the upcoming Sunday. The program will be called ‘Ek Shaam Charminar Ke naam.’
The special Chief Secretary of Municipal Administration and Urban Development Department of the State Arvind Kumar , Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar, Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi, Malakpet MLA Ahmed Bin Abdullah Balala and others visited the Charminar and discussed about the arrangements to be made for holding the program.
They also discussed about the parking arrangements to be made for the visitors of the Charminar on the scheduled day. In his tweet Arvind kumar said that their objective was to hold a traffic free and pedestrian friendly program at the historic monument. “ Our effort is to make it a pleasant experience for all,” he said in his tweet. (Maxim News)
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