When Dharathi Urbana’s “Urban Blues” is done, you can be proud of the city
Posted On August 5, 2021
Dharati Urbanas urban blues project, a $20 million program to develop a diverse city, is on track to be completed in less than a year.
But it has been a rough ride.
The project, which is designed to improve the quality of life for residents of Dharatpur, a predominantly Hindu, economically challenged city in western Uttar Pradesh state, was officially launched in July.
The state government had given a conditional nod to the project in May.
The city is plagued by a series of social ills including poverty, unemployment, violence, lack of education and a lack of opportunities for the young.
A new city, a new era and a new city city project is a dream come true for Dharatis.
It is a bold and ambitious vision for a city in the heart of a rich and culturally rich state.
Dharati, a former railway station and a major gateway to the region, is one of the richest states in India.
But the city has been struggling to find an identity in the wake of the ongoing anti-Muslim violence and communal riots.
For a city whose main population is in urban areas, Dhariti has been largely invisible.
The city is often seen as a ghost town or an empty shell of its former self.
But over the past two decades, the project has helped revitalise the city’s image and set the stage for the next wave of growth and development in the state.
As the project’s first year draws to a close, the city is being lauded for its progress.
Dharis mayor, Arjun Pratap, said: “I think the city now has a lot to look forward to and to celebrate.”
A new startFor Dharats new mayor, Prataps vision is to build on the success of the project.
As a part of the first phase of the new city project, the state government has decided to give the city its own railway station, the first in the country, in the city.”
For the first time in its history, we are creating a vibrant, vibrant city with the vision to realise the dreams of our people and to make the city a new and vibrant hub,” he said.
As a part of the first phase of the new city project, the state government has decided to give the city its own railway station, the first in the country, in the city.
In order to meet the needs of its residents, Dhari has decided on a new name for the project: ‘Dharathi Urban Blues’.
The railway station is scheduled to be built in 2019.
“This is a city of tomorrow.
This is a place where people can come together and be together,” said Pratats deputy chief minister.