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    A man-made pond in Public Garden, Nampally, is facing collapse due to neglect. The garden itself is maintained by the Horticulture Department, while the pond is taken care of by the HMDA, and the play zone is overseen by the GHMC. The significance of the pond is at risk due to neglect, trash accumulation, and the potential collapse of its supporting wall. Urgent government action is needed to prevent further deterioration and potential encroachment on the pond.

    The 150-year-old man-made pond in Public Garden, Nampally, has become a cause for concern due to the cracking wall that supports it. Locals and morning walkers are worried about the safety of the water body and are calling on the State government to step in and restore it.

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    The confusion among the three departments responsible for maintaining the Public Garden has led to a lack of proper care for the pond. Complaints about the deteriorating condition of the pond have been passed around between departments, resulting in neglect and poor maintenance.

    Once a thriving hub for people and migratory birds, the pond is now dried up and surrounded by trash. The potential collapse of the wall poses a risk to those who visit the garden regularly. Restoring the pond is not just about preserving history but also about creating a balanced space where nature and culture can coexist.

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    Local morning walkers have raised concerns about the negligence of the concerned departments and the potential loss of yet another scenic water body in the city if swift action is not taken. The State government needs to intervene promptly to prevent further deterioration and ensure the preservation of this historical landmark.

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