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‘Will stop construction of Maha Bhawan after coming to power’
3/18/2024 11:14:57 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 18: Within days after the Maharashtra Government announced to construction of the Maharashtra Bhawan in Srinagar, former Chief Minister and Vice-President Omar Abdullah threatened to close this Bhawan after the formation of a democratic government in October this year. “You are constructing Bhawans in Kashmir to provide accommodation to tourists in Srinagar. I can not say what will be the fate of these Bhawans”, Omar threatened while mentioning towards proposal of constructing Maharashtra Bhawan in Srinagar.
“They will see what will happen to this building if NC comes to power in the assembly elections after October”, Omar threatened.
The Maharashtra Bhawan – the first state Bhawan in the Valley – will come up at central Kashmir’s Budgam on the outskirts of Srinagar city. The Maharashtra cabinet sanctioned the pur
I cannot say what will be the fate of these Bhawans.
They will see what will happen to this building if NC comes to power.
Maharashtra Bhawan – the first state Bhawan in Kashmir– will come up in Budgam.
hase of the land on Wednesday. The Bhawan will come up on a plot of land measuring 2.5 acres at Ichgam, close to Srinagar airport. The J&K government has approved the transfer of land to the state government, subject to a payment of Rs 8.16 crore.
“Sanction is accorded to the transfer of Shamlat Deh land measuring 20 kanal situated at estate Ichgam Budgam in favour of Maharashtra state on payment of transfer value of Rs 8.16 crore, which is Rs 40.8 lakh per kanal, for construction of Maharashtra Bhawan,” a Revenue department note states.
The process to purchase land and construct a tourist facility here was initiated after Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde visited Jammu and Kashmir and met Lt Governor Manoj Sinha in June 2024.
The facility aims to offer comfortable accommodations and facilities for tourists and officials from Maharashtra.
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