Ramakrishna Puram popularly known as R.K. Puram, is a Centre Government Employees residential colony in South West Delhi named after the great saint Sri Ramakrishna. It was built in 50's by acquiring land from Munirka farmers.
It is one of the oldest and larger developments in Delhi built for housing Central Government employees. It is roughly rectangular, enclosed by Ring Road to the north, Outer Ring Road to the south, Rao Tula Ram Marg to the west and Africa Avenue to the east.
Encroachment of open spaces meant for sports and community activities.A long strip of land adjacent to Sec-7 was originally identified for building sports facilities by the State owned Town Planner DDA(Delhi development Authority)but with passage of time from mid seventies the land was encroached upon by squatters who contributed to the "vote bank" of greedy politicians. Now the land is reduced to a filthy... Read More