Kempe Gowda tower, 'Metro' coach flower at Lalbagh

He said steps to improve Lalbagh will be taken up only after ensuring that the greenery is not affected.The Horticulture Department last year had prepared a blueprint to create a musical fountain at the foot of Kempe Gowda rock in Lalbagh, where a laser show has also been planned. Besides, the monolithic rock formation will be converted into a garden, enabling the visitors to watch the laser show. The history of Bangalore will be depicted in the laser show.

“With over 270 species of flowers to be displayed at the flower show, it is a matter of great pride not only for the State but to the entire country to be having Lalbagh amidst us,” Yeddyurappa said. The State government has already developed 778 parks across the State and many more are in the pipeline to be developed, he added.

The main attraction at the flower show this year will be the recreation of a miniature of ‘Namma Metro’ coach along with Nada Prabhu Kempe Gowda tower.

A fitting tribute to the founder of Bangalore City, the Chief Minister lauded the efforts and keen interest evinced by the staff of the Department of Horticulture in creating floral Namma Metro coach, thereby providing a visual delight to the visitors.

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