Odisha's Nandankanan Zoological Park presently has an eco-friendly toy train that will double the fun of visiting the national park. Situated in Bhubaneswar, the zoological park is a famous vacation spot. The battery worked toy train was initiated by Forest, Environment, and Climate Change Minister of Odisha, Bikram Keshari Arukha. As indicated by the Deputy Director of the Nandankanan Zoological Park, Sanjeet Kumar, "The toy train, which will run on the batteries has offices of five mentors containing 72 seats notwithstanding two wheelchairs for the cripple individual." 

The minister also laid the foundation stone for a ropeway here, which is additionally pointed toward drawing in sightseers and offering them an interesting chance to enjoy the beauty of the region from up above. The ropeway will have 12 compartments and will cross a lake while moving with practically no column support. It will be a best-in-class innovation and will add to the vacation destinations here. The toy train here at the zoo will cover an all-out distance of 1.65 km, which will cover the deer zoo and the elephant zoo. The Minister additionally established a framework stone for a ropeway to draw in sightseers. Congress MLA Suresh Kumar Rautroy was additionally present at the event. 

Tending to the media, Deputy Director of Nandankanan Zoological Park, Sanjeet Kumar said, "The toy train, which will run on the batteries has offices of five mentors containing 72 seats notwithstanding two wheelchairs for handicap individuals." 

The train will cover a 1.65 Kms range of distance and cover the elephant and deer zoo remembering Kanjia Lake for the premises of the zoological park. Toy train will run multiple times from particular station in a solitary day," he added. Alongside these, guests of the zoo can likewise see Kanjia Lake. It has likewise been accounted for that the toy train will work an aggregate of multiple times in a solitary day. 

For youngsters, the toy train administration will cost INR 20, while for grown-ups it will cost INR 50 for each individual. The Nandankanan Zoological Park is a zoo and a professional flowerbed that was available to people in general in the year 1979. The zoo is home to numerous Bengal tigers, among different warm-blooded animals.

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