Girwa Should be Declared as Green Reserve Valley
In a two days National Symposium Seminar organized by Department of Geography, University College of Social Science and Humanities, head speaker Dr. Vinod Bhardawaj of ICMCR New Delhi, shared his vision 2050 and said that Ahad Girwa Valley of Udaipur must be declared as Green Reserve to save its natural landscapes, lake reserves and other natural resources.
Another speaker, PM Jain of Wollkem India Ltd said that to reserve natural resources of the city, mining activities should be monitored on regular basis and a centralized industrial area must be developed atleast 50 km away from the town.
Interpreting a growth in population with aspect of 2031-2041, Prof PR Vyas said that city will accommodate around 10 lakh individuals within city area, so in order to balance use of land, farmland has to be kept reserved. He further added that parks and gardens on reserve land of 50km on eastern banks of Ahad River must be developed.
In the seminar, speakers collectively suggested 9 points for proper development of city. They are as follows:
In the final session of seminar, B.L Khamesra, Director, Geetanjali and Chief Engineer, AVVNL said that infra-structural development should be carried out in accordance with the rise in population, while Dr. I.M Kayamkhani suggested that to avoid over-crowding in the city, parallel facilities should be developed in rural parts or outskirts.