Tulip Garden Srinagar
File Photo | Tulip Garden Srinagar

SRINAGAR — Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Vijay Kumar Bidhuri on Tuesday convened a meeting to review the arrangements at Asia’s largest Tulip Garden for visitors.

The meeting was attended by Director Floriculture, SSP Traffic Srinagar, Joint Commissioner SMC, officers of the Tourism department and Srinagar Smart City Limited.

The meeting held a threadbare discussion regarding the opening of the garden for visitors, traffic management, parking space, sanitation, cleanliness drive, fixing of potholes, online ticketing and other arrangements.

Asia’s largest Tulip Garden at the foothills of Zabarwan Hills will bloom with 17 lakh flowers of different varieties this year and will be thrown open for visitors on March 23.

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Addressing the officers, the Divisional Commissioner directed the concerned officer of Floriculture to facilitate online ticketing and put QR Code scanning facilities at different locations for the convenience of tourists.

He also enjoined the operation of colourful lights to enhance the visual vibrancy of the place. Moreover, he directed SMC to conduct a sanitation and cleanliness drive at the garden besides ensuring the availability of a separate mobile toilet facility for ladies and gents at the venue.

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Further, he directed the concerned to repair potholes on the roads leading to the garden.

The meeting was informed that the department has added four kanals of additional parking space in the garden for the convenience of visitors.

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