Government to build world-class complex at Pragati Maidan

[] The India Trade Promotion Organisation, which has been tasked with the redevelopment work of Pragati Maidan, has said that the exhibition-cum-convention complex will have world-class features that add to the stature of the national capital

The Integrated Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre (IECC) being built at Pragati Maidan, will have world-class features like skywalk connectivity with the metro and seven modern exhibition halls. “The IECC project will add to the grandeur and stature of the city of Delhi and also relieve the general public of traffic congestion in this area,” said LC Goyal, CMD of the India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO), a body under the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, which has been tasked with the redevelopment work of Pragati Maidan.

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The proposed plan also includes interventions to ease traffic in and around Pragati Maidan, including a six-lane divided tunnel connecting Mathura Road to Ring Road across Pragati Maidan and making Mathura Road signal free through ‘U’ turns/subways at necessary intersections, for better access to the complex and for benefit of general public. The exhibition-cum-convention complex will have a basement parking of 4,800 vehicles, while a provision for a hotel has also been made.

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“The iconic convention centre will be at par with the best in the world. It will be on an elevated podium, with unique curved façade, providing a window to Delhi and having a 360-degree view of the surrounding areas, such as India Gate, Supreme Court, etc.,” Goyal said. The city’s iconic modern architectural landmarks, the Hall of Nations and the Hall of Industries, were recently demolished to make way for a modern complex at Pragati Maidan, which hosts the annual international trade fair.

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Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

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