The most recent of them is the “Al-Waili Railway” in Hadayek al-Kobba.. The army’s business continues to seize the gardens

As a continuation of the series of army seizures of gardens, the armed forces placed the “Sikt al-Waili” garden in the Hadayek al-Qobba district of Cairo, on the seizure schedule. As it decided to cut a large part of the green area of ​​the park and turn it into shops for rent, the proceeds of which will go to “Miri” appliances.

The park is not the first to do so; It was preceded by the “Maryland” gardens in Heliopolis, the “International Garden” in Nasr City, and the “Japanese Garden” in Helwan.

And Mahmoud Noby (Mahmoud Noby Mansour) revealed, through a post on Facebook, that the garden is located next to the Dome Bridge on the road leading to Sikkat Al-Waili Street, and it represented a natural outlet for the people of the region, pointing out that over several months, trees were cut from the garden and its lands were leveled and planted. With cement and metal kiosks instead of trees, kiosks were installed in the place that was designated for children to play.

He explained, “There are those lurking in everything that is green. In our great capital, kiosks have grown, which will soon turn into a market for selling coffee, tea, or vegetables, and now work is underway in preparation for the opening of the shops.”

After that, he asked his forced thanks to the gentlemen responsible for cleaning and beautifying the gardens of the dome, “How long will the assault on public gardens continue, without oversight or accountability, and for whose benefit, people?”

Muhammad Atta commented, saying: “There is no such thing in a youth center, not even a garden for the exit of children’s energy. He must be compensated, and he must be compensated. God suffices me, and He is the best disposer of affairs.”

Last month, a large hall was opened in the garden to hold weddings and events, in addition to the amusement parks and cafes that are currently located inside it, thus ending the only garden that was available and open to the families and children of the dome gardens.

Osama Abd El Wahab held the municipalities responsible and said: “The local authorities found that the open drawer and corruption did not satisfy their concern. They said that they would open the activity instead of taking money, so they would compete with them. But do you think that the shisha stone with the local authorities will be a lot, the destruction of Egypt at the hands of the local authorities. Search On the ruin of the localities, look for the corruption of the localities, the largest mafia in Egypt.

Zizi Hakim pointed out that “the garden in the Saray al-Qobba, they also removed it. It is really forbidden, as this is happening.”

And sarcastically, Ahmed Alanwar commented, “I feel that a few cars like transportation are the ones who receive the country, and they run it for the one who pays.”

Crown Prince Street
In 2017, projects began to beautify the Hadayek al-Qubbah area, and the district chief let his hand destroy the gardens and sell them to the owners of cafes and wedding halls, forgetting (or supporting) that the gardens are public property of the people.

The neighborhood destroyed the extension of Wali Al-Ahed Street in Al-Qubba Gardens and removed all trees, even the palm trees, which need decades to return as it was under the pretext of widening the street, while the street remained as narrow as it was at the army camp, and the neighborhood administration was unable to overcome this difficult obstacle.

The residents of the neighborhood mocked that the neighborhood administration did not dare break even a single stone (brick) from the pavement of the army camp or remove a tree, because the answer is known, not to mention the mayor’s coffee, whose immunity has become the talk of the street in the parks, as evidence of the neighborhood’s corruption.

Waili Park
Sikkat al-Waili Park is not the same as al-Waili Park on Ramses Street, along Abbasiya, and the latter was destroyed by the (honorable citizens) to make a special parking lot as part of paying the July 2013 coup account. In May 2016, they closed the only outlet for the sons of al-Waili.

The appeals made by the people of Cairo Governorate and the executive authorities in the Al-Waili neighborhood did not succeed, as a result of the demolition and destruction of part of Al-Waili Park located on Ramses Street and the extension of Al-Abbasiya, in preparation for the construction of an iron fence to convert it into a parking lot, despite the existence of a public parking lot meters away from the park.

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