Ahmedabad to get Rs 3000 Cr loan from World Bank under Gujarat Resilient City Development Program
Ahmedabad city will get a 3000 crore rupees loan from the World Bank under the Gujarat Resilient City Development Program.
According to official sources, the loan will be given to the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation- AMC for setting up new sewage treatment plants (STPs) and augment existing capacity. The funds will also be used to develop the Kharicut canal in eastern parts of Ahmedabad.
This was announced after the meeting of urban development officials of AMC and representatives of the World Bank chaired by Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel yesterday. The World Bank team will be in Ahmedabad till 13th April to get project reports from the AMC. Under the Resilient City Development Programme, loans are provided by the World Bank to civic bodies to carry out sustainable development works with long-term planning.