The area around Sakchi Bazaar and Jubilee Park will be developed as Night Street Food Markets soon. The idea is to make people enjoy the night culture by coming to the vending zone to be built on the lines of Kolkata and other metro cities. These locations in the city witness huge crowds during the evenings and afternoons for street delicacies.
In order to ensure speedy work the Deputy Commissioner Suraj Kumar inspected the site near Jubilee Park. On this occasion, he said that it is their endeavour to give a new identity to the street food culture in the city, which is safe and hygienic. A vending zone is being built in the city. Shops will be set on the roadside in a random manner, giving proper place to the people.
The initiative will allow people to enjoy the food in a clean place as well as spend time in a beautiful environment with family. He said that Tata Steel is currently working on the construction of two vending zones near Jubilee Park and Basant Cinema. With the creation of a vending zone, on one hand, the encroachment of the roads will be relieved, while on the other hand people will be able to taste different types of food at the same place.
The Deputy Commissioner said that there is a culture of street food in Jamshedpur, like other metros, we will promote night culture here too. He said that the construction of the vending zone would be completed in the next three months. He said that after the threat of corona infection is over, the vending zone will be expanded as Night Street Food Market. He said that people will be able to enjoy the night culture by coming to the vending zone to be built on the lines of Kolkata and other metros.
Officials of JNAC and representatives of Tata Steel were also present on this occasion. “We want to develop the favourite food joints in the city as clean street-food hubs in accordance with the guidelines of the Food Safety and Standard Authority of India (FSSAI) at the earliest.