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Steel city's favourite park to get a new entry point

The addition to the existing three entries to Jubilee Park is being made to manage visitors during peak hours
The entry point to Jubilee Park under construction
The entry point to Jubilee Park under construction
Animesh Sengupta

Kumud Jenamani   |   Jamshedpur   |   Published 02.07.21, 08:22 PM

The lush green Jubilee Park will soon have one more entry point from the Marine Drive side, intended to provide a better access for the visitors coming from the western part of the steel city. 

The picturesque park, a major place of attraction for residents living in and around the steel city, presently has three entry points -- one is from the Bistupur end and two from Sakchi. 

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The work for setting up the fourth entry point is being carried out by JUSCO, a subsidiary of the steel major Tata Steel. 

"We have started setting up a fourth entry point for Jubilee Park. The new entrance to the park is coming up from the Marine Drive side, "said Sukanya Das, spokesperson of JUSCO to The Telegraph Online. 

Sukanya said the entry point is being set up keeping in view of the visitors' rush to the park, especially during the year end and new year occasions as well as during the Founder's Day celebration. 

While the existing entry points are close to the park, the new entrance to it will be about 500 metres away from its heart. Moreover, the visitors willing to come through the new entrance will have to travel about two kms along Marine Drive from the turning point near the Water Filtration Plant on Subernarekha Link Road in Sakchi. 

Sources in JUSCO said the flower beds, gardens and illuminated fountains beside other attractive things will come up in the 500-metres-long stretch between the center of the park and its new entrance. 

Jubilee Park has been closed for the visitors since March last year in view of the pandemic, but when it will be reopened post pandemic, it will be a place of pleasant surprise. 



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