The recently made glass skywalk in Rajgir of Nalanda, Bihar, is a hot cake for the people these days. The Department of Environment, Forest and Climate Change is also excited about this, but the increasing pressure of the crowd is worrying the officials. Three to four times more people are looking to see this glass skywalk than the capacity of people in a day. In view of this, it has now been decided that only 800 people will be able to enjoy the glass skywalk in a day.
Nature Safari and Glass Skywalk were inaugurated by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in the recent past. This magnificent glass skywalk remains a major center of attraction for the people of the state these days. There is a huge crowd in Nature Safari to see this bridge. According to departmental officials, every day about two and a half to three thousand people are reaching to see it. However, it has the capacity to weigh about 15 to 17 people at a time. However, as a precaution, only 10 people are allowed to go there.
Those who go to this glass skywalk in Rajgir, stay there for 10-15 minutes. Are photographed. In this context, only about 800 people can go from morning to evening. In view of this, it has now been decided to change the system there. The crowd is being stopped near Son Bhandar. From there people are being transported by bus to the Glass Skywalk Bridge. Now only 800 people who come first will get a chance to see Glass Skywalk.
25 percent tickets will be online
The glass skywalk is extremely luxurious. People are coming from far and wide to see it. In such a situation, for the convenience of the people, 25 percent tickets are being prepared online. That is, out of 800 people who come here every day, about 200 people will arrive with online tickets.
In this regard, Deepak Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary, Department of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, said that the glass skywalk remains a center of attraction for the people but it also has its potential. 800 people who come first will be able to see it every day. There is also plenty for the rest of the people to see.