Minister ensures upgrade of Pillala Marri tourist area in Mahabubnagar
Mahabubnagar: The well-known Pillala Marri tourist area in Mahabubnagar area is long being overlooked as the state tourist division has actually not taken any kind of significant actions to update as well as refurbish the area of terrific banyan tree in the area throughout the previous 8 years.
Pillala Marri remains in truth the referred as the brand name for Mahabubnagar area’s identification, nonetheless over the previous 8 years the state government has actually not launched sufficient funds to refurbish as well as update the well-known outing as well as vacationer area in the area.
Earlier throughout the regime of area enthusiast Ronald Rose a couple of actions were required to refurbish the quick derogatory broad Banyan tree spread over 3 acres of land. As the lots of branches as well as origins of the well-known tree were ravaged with termites as well as underwent fungal infection, the area management had actually taken action to place brand-new life right into the Banyan tree as well as the tree was carried out scientific therapy by infusing required medications as well as nutrients to restore plant as well as re-strengthen the branches as well as origins of the historic tree.
After greater than 3 years of therapy as well as concentrated treatment, currently the Banyan Tree has once more come to be healthy and balanced as well as flowering with plant. However, the Pillamarri tourist management as well as woodland authorities have actually limited entrance right into the unit of the Banyan tree to make certain security to the tree.
“During the few years, even though the state government is providing huge funds for other tourism sports for development and renovation, but the tourism department had forgotten to renovate and revamp Pillala marri Tourist spot. They have developed KCR Eco Tourism Park and other areas like improving the Nalla Cheruvu Lake as Tank Bund and developed other parks in the district; however it is hard to understand why they have been neglecting the pillamarri area. Already the Pillala Marri is having a museum, historical Banayan tree, bird enclosure, and other animal enclosure and a beautiful fish acqarium and Children’s play area. Every day thousands of people visit the area and spend their time. But the people are facing tough time as there are no basic amenities like proper drinking water facility, no green gardens, no canteen, and no other recreational facilities,” observed Anusha, a home other half that saw the Park.