Kamal Nath inaugurated musical fountain and water screen

The capital Bhopal has received the gift of the country’s largest musical fountain and water screen. State Chief Minister Kamal Nath inaugurated the musical fountain and water screen installed by the Bhopal Municipal Corporation at the historic Raja Bhoj Tal in the capital. On the occasion of the inauguration, the film based on the life of Mahatma Gandhi on the water screen was also enjoyed by Chief Minister Kamal Nath and other guests. The first show of musical fountain and water screen was dedicated to the disabled children of SOS Balagram. On the occasion of inauguration, Dr. Govind Singh, Minister in-charge of the District, Urban Development and Housing Minister Jayawardhan Singh, Law-Legislative Affairs, Public Relations Minister PC Sharma, Mayor Alok Sharma, Corporation Council President Dr. Surjit Singh Chauhan, Leader of Opposition Municipal Corporation Mohammad Sagir, Collector Tarun Pithode, DIG Irshad Wali, Corporation Commissioner Vijay Dutta, former Mayor Sunil Sood and members of the mayor’s council, councilors and other public Tinidi, officers and prominent citizens were present. On the inauguration occasion, Chief Minister Kamal Nath lauded Mayor Alok Sharma for installing the country’s largest musical fountain and water screen on the banks of the capital’s historic Bhoja Tal and said that our goal is to make our city, state beautiful and for this we Everyone should work with mutual support. Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that he agreed to the demand of Mayor Shri Alok Sharma on taking the history of Bhopal to the coming generations and forming a committee of historians for its presentation on the water screen.

The capital Bhopal has received the gift of the country’s largest musical fountain and water screen.

Chief Minister Kamal Nath inaugurated musical fountain and water screen at historic Raja Bhoj Tal
Chief Minister Kamal Nath inaugurated musical fountain and water screen at historic Raja Bhoj Tal

Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that we have invited the biggest laser show performers in the country and discussed with them about making this type of water screen at the tourist spots of our state. Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath said that Bhopal city is becoming beautiful. With the task of making Bhopal city beautiful, the citizens will have to come forward along with the Bhopal Municipal Corporation. Referring to the increasing population and number of vehicles in the city, Chief Minister Shri Kamal Nath said that the city’s carrying capacity is a challenge for us, for this we have to consider the suburban expansion of cities. Shri Nath said that Bhopal and Indore are getting urbanized on a large scale, to counter urbanization, we have to pay attention to their spread. The Chief Minister said that Bhopal city will be systematically developed. He appreciated the works of Mayor Shri Alok Sharma and said that you should meet with me from time to time to map the future of Bhopal, a map will be prepared to keep the culture and heritage of our city alive. Public Relations Minister P.C. Sharma said that this musical fountain will give more beauty to the city of Bhopal. Shri Sharma appreciated the efforts being made by Chief Minister Kamal Nath for the development and investment of the state and said that the Chief Minister should be happy, all should be healthy. Shri Sharma also lauded the launch of Sanjeevani Clinic Scheme and mentioned the work done by the former Chief Minister for beautification and sanitation of Bhopal’s pond.

On this occasion, Mayor Alok Sharma, in his welcome address, heartily congratulated the citizens of the capital on the gift of the country’s largest musical fountain and water screen and greeted Chief Minister Kamal Nath on behalf of 23 lakhs Janata Janardhan of Bhopal to inaugurate it. Mayor Shri Sharma said that Bhopal has a glorious history of 01 thousand years, here the discussion of Ganga-Jamuni culture takes place all over the world. Shri Sharma said that it is also our responsibility to make the heritage of our ancestors aware of their culture and history to the future generations. Mayor Shri Sharma demanded from Chief Minister Kamal Nath that a committee of litterateurs, historians should be formed to save the history of Bhopal for the coming generations so that the history of Bhopal is systematically compiled and displayed through water screen. Mayor Shri Sharma said that when he went to Singapore on his family trip, it was a matter of mind that seeing this type of water screen and musical fountain there, a similar water screen should be installed in Bhopal as well and this resolution has been fulfilled today. Mayor Shri Sharma said that the dam that Raja Bhoj had built on the big lake about 01 thousand years ago is still intact. Shri Sharma said that it has also been known from the satellite that Vedic city was located under the big lake of Bhopal, it should also be discovered.

Earlier in the beginning of the program, Chief Minister Kamal Nath and other guests unveiled the rock plaque and inaugurated the musical water fountain and water screen. The program was started by lighting the lamp. Mayor Alok Sharma honored Chief Minister Kamal Nath with a memento while local councilor Mrs. Shabista Zaki thanked. After this, guests also enjoyed a short film based on the life of Mahatma Gandhi at the musical fountain and water screen. It is to be noted that the Municipal Corporation has constructed a musical fountain and water screen and auditorium at a cost of about 8.1 crore rupees in Jeevan Vatika Park, a picturesque and serene place full of natural beauty along the historic Raja Bhoj Tal on the capital of Bhopal. The operation of the country’s largest water screen will entertain the citizens who come here. Every day about 600 people will be able to enjoy the musical fountain and water screen, as well as the running of the said fountain will purify 20 lakh liters of water per day. 45 2D nozzles and 115 3D nozzles were installed using special modern technology in the construction of the said fountain. The water screen is 30 meters in length and 10 meters in height for the show. Since the big pond is a dam, it should be circulated daily to prevent its water from rotting. This will increase dissolved oxygen in the pond water and reduce thaw (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) and BWK (Chemical Oxygen Demand) and increase the breeding of aquifers in the area. The audio system mounted on the said musical fountain was determined by the experts that the sound intensity up to Van Vihar would be less than 65 disables, which is equivalent to two people talking. For the convenience of visitors, bio-toilets with state-of-the-art bio-digesters have been installed at the said site.

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