Ludhiana: Sports park coming up at Haibowal Dairy Complex hangs in balance as PEDA demands reallocation of land

The future of the sports park / playground currently being built at the Hybowal Dairy Complex is in balance as the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) has requested for the redistribution of the entire 2.30 acres of land for the expansion of the biogas plant. Established for processing cow dung in dairy units, otherwise it will be thrown into Buddha Nullah

The future of the sports park / playground currently being built at the Hybowal Dairy Complex is in balance as the Punjab Energy Development Agency (PEDA) has requested for the redistribution of the entire 2.30 acres of land for the expansion of the biogas plant. It is established for processing cow dung produced in dairy units, which is currently being poured into Buddha Nullah.

The park is being built at a cost 49 lakhs. The work started last year, with 90 per cent of the work completed. If the MC approves PEDA’s proposal, the public money already spent on the park will be wasted.

A proposal has been made to expand the plant under a project to clean / revive Buddha Nullah.

The MC granted land to expand the plant in 2007, but until then the proposal was canceled in 2019 due to PEDA’s failure to renew the plant and the MCU began the process of replacing dairy units with MC limits. But now, the proposal to relocate dairy units has been put on hold again, with the decision to upgrade the biogas plant so that more cow dung can be processed.

The building branch of MC has now referred the matter to MC General House so that it can make a final decision on whether to hand over the site to PEDA.

An MC official, who requested anonymity, introduced the plan to build a sports park after PEDA failed to expand the plant in a decade. The public’s money is wasted if the place is re-allocated to Peada. It has been handed over to the MC House as it is a financial issue.

“There is a lot of vacant space in the Dairy Complex.

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