Finally, Gandhi Hall to be renovated

Indore : Action speaks louder than words. However, so far only words were heard and no action took place and finally after much ado, some actions are in the pipeline.

It was said that several efforts are now being made to carrying out renovations at the Gandhi Hall making an estimated investment of Rs2.15cr.

Works in the same concentrations were initiated.

It was said that keeping in view the pitiable condition of Gandhi Hall, the IMC tops, recently came up with a decision to carry out renovations of the premise by means of denting- painting and washing the premise using chemicals. It is a point to keep the original looks as it is and no changes are proposed in the building.

It is to be noted that Gandhi Hall was constructed in the year 1904 and since then the building stands tall as a symbol of the architectural magnificence.

It has a clock tower with four sided clock that rings every hour.

On the occasion Madhya Pradesh Tourism Minister Surendra Patwa said that the building stands for at least 110 years now and any support in the renovations required, would be met by the tourism department.

Chief Guest for the event, Vijay Shah, Food and civil supply minister said that several people visit the place and with the constant efforts of the City Mayor KM Moghe, the clock of the building still is in working condition. He added that the city of which clock stops, the development too stops. We would make efforts to declare the building as National Heritage.

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