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Delay in renovation of Mubarak Mandi: LG’s Principal Secretary’s visit revive hope of completion of work
Started in the year 2008 with much publicity, only 5 per cent of the estimated cost of Rs 298.86 crore has been spent on the project. The project commenced without any specific deadline fixed for completion. The historic complex spreads over 14 acres of prime land and is steeped in history of 187 years.
12/3/2020 11:39:49 PM

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JAMMU, Dec 3: Hope of the restoration of historic Mubarak Mandi complex restored today after Nitishwar Kumar, Principal Secretary to Lieutenant Governor inspected the on-going restoration and renovation works of the heritage site. Recently some eminent persons had expressed concern over the slow pace of the on-going renovation works at Mubarak Mandi-the royal residence of the erstwhile Dogra rulers of J&K.
Started in the year 2008 with much publicity to restore Dogra heritage, the renovation work has become victims of politics because every political party tried to politicize it without showing any serious concern in completing the project.
As per reports, only 5 per cent of the estimated cost of Rs 298.86 crore has been spent on the project during the past 12 years. The project commenced without any specific deadline fixed for completion. The historic complex spreads over 14 acres of prime land and is steeped in history of 187 years.
As Lieutenant Governor is serious to complete the works as early as possible, his Principal Secretary visited different sections and segments of the Mubarak Mandi Complex to have on ground appraisal of the ongoing work and passed necessary directions for expediting the restoration and renovation works of the heritage complex.
The Principal Secretary sought a detailed briefing on progress of the restoration works inside the complex and structures that needs to be preserved, besides several other important issues pertaining to restoration of Dogra Art Museum, preservation of historical records, restoration and conservation of various components.
During his visit to the Museum, the Principal Secretary laid special emphasis on the protection of local manuscripts. He directed the concerned officers to take necessary measures to safeguard the buildings and documents that required immediate protection.
He asked the officers of the concerned departments to work in synergy with the consultants and experts for the proper execution of the restoration work of the heritage complex.
He also directed the concerned officers to explore the possibilities of putting up some projects on PPP mode and to take all requisite measures to remove bottlenecks so that the Mubarak Mandi Heritage site could be resorted at the earliest.
Reiterating the government's commitment towards conservation and protection of the rich culture and heritage of J&K, the Principal Secretary said that special focus is being laid on protection and restoration of places with heritage significance like Mubarak Mandi complex.
He directed the officers for executing all works and engaging conservation experts as per norms and further asked the executing agencies to prepare a detailed draft of the future course of action for the restoration work of the heritage complex.
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