Mehbooba orders quick completion of conservation works in Jammu

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti today directed preservation and conservation of heritage spots and ancient monuments in Jammu city and adjoining areas.

Mufti passed the directive during her meeting with the members of a deputation of Jammu Heritage Society, an official spokesman said.

“The chief minister directed the Tourism department to pace up conservation works at the Mubarak Mandi heritage complex,” he said.

“She also directed proper landscaping of the green areas in the complex and taking steps for preparing a souvenir on the said monument,” the spokesman said.

During the meeting, Mufti said the conservation works should be completed at the earliest so that a portion of the heritage complex could be thrown open for visitors and tourists.

The chief minister also directed pacing up of work on the Jammu cable car project and installation of musical fountain at the Bagh-e-Bahu.

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