Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal is considering setting up of a special 'oxy-zone', similar to the one developed in Chhattisgarh's Atal Nagar (Naya Raipur), in the national capital, according to an official statement issued Friday.
Oxy-zone is a green open public space consisting of dedicated walk ways, jogging lanes, separate areas for yoga and meditation for the people of Raipur.
The Lieutenant Governor had urged the Chhattisgarh government to provide information regarding jungle safari and oxy-zone in the state.
A delegation of senior officials led by Chhattisgarh Chief Secretary Ajay Singh met Mr Baijal in New Delhi on Friday in this regard, it said.
In the meeting, Chhattisgarh Chief Secretary gave a detailed presentation on development of jungle safari in Atal Nagar and oxy-zone and its functioning, the statement said.
The Lieutenant Governor appreciated both the projects.
"The Chief Secretary said that if required Chhattisgarh government would provide all possible assistance to develop such facilities in Delhi," the state government said in the statement.
Chhattisgarh Forest Development Corporation Managing Director Rajesh Govardhan and Additional Resident Commissioner Ritu Sain were present in the meeting.