Central Vista Project: New Parliament House to save Rs 1000 crore every year!

New Delhi: Amid the ongoing controversy over the Central Vista project of the Central Government, an official of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs has said that the project will save Rs 1000 crore per annum. According to reports, the Central Government spends about Rs. Under the Central Vista Project, not only modern technology equipped, earthquake resistant, three times bigger and beautiful buildings will be available, but all the 51 Central Government Ministries will be able to operate from the same campus.

"Many central government offices are located in different places and operate in many rented buildings that require a large amount of money," he said. After the completion of the Central Vista Project, all the offices will come to one place. This will not only save rent but also lead to good coordination with a better workplace. State that a total of 10 new buildings will be constructed under the Central Vista Project, while the structure on both sides of Rajpath will be demolished.

A new Parliament House, MP Office, new houses will be constructed for the PM and vice president of India. The Central Vista Avenue at Rajpath will be rebuilt. The total cost of the project is estimated to be Rs. None of the existing heritage buildings will be demolished under the project. At present, only new Parliament House and Central Vista Avenue are being constructed.

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