The city of Hyderabad, in southern India, has become the site of a massive new mega-shelter for people, with parts for construction of a giant stone structure being produced in the city.
The city is home to more than 2.4 million people, including about half a million migrant workers.
The structures are made of concrete blocks, which have been heated to a high temperature and poured into the city’s streets to create a circular structure that can hold up to 30,000 people.
The stones are used to construct roads and other structures and are also used to fill up empty lots.
Construction has begun on the massive structures in the heart of the city, called the Kashiwadri Temple.
The temple has been a focal point for Indian opposition to the construction of the structures.
The city government has said the work will begin next month, though the timeline has not been set.
The city has been struggling to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which has led to an increase in cases and deaths, according to the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF).
“The government of Hyderabadi has decided to begin constructing the KeshadriTemple as soon as possible, according the NDRF.
The work is in progress.
The government has asked the NDTF to expedite the work and expedite it so that it can be completed by March,” a spokesman for the city government told Newsweek.
In addition to the stone structures, the city also has the largest stone collection in India, according in the Times of India.
The collection of stone pieces was estimated to be worth $3.6 billion and is valued at more than $300 million, according Newsweek.