Indore : Beautification and decoration work at the historic Lalbagh palace of the city is slated to start very soon and the state administration plans it to develop Lalbagh as an international level tourist art and cultural center.
The state government will formulate Rs. 10 cr. integrated action plan with the help of experts to bring these plants into reality.
Chief Secretary Antony Dessa, who was on a day long visit to city, shared this information while talking to media persons after visiting the historic palace on Friday. He took a complete round of Lalbagh Palace.
He expressed deep resentment over the condition of iconic building of Indore and took a stock of the situation from the officials of state archeological department. CS
Dessa further informed media persons that Lalbagh Palace will not be transformed into a hotel; on the contrary it will be developed as the major tourist, art and culture destination.
He said that financial aid will be taken from the central government along with expert’s help.
Dessa instructed officials to prepare detailed action plan on the revival of the Lalbagh palace.
He further informed that basic amenities for tourists visiting the historic palace will soon be set up at the Lal Bagh palace.
He added that a managing committee will also be constituted to take care of the building.
Revenue Commissioner Sanjay Dubey, secretary urban administration SN Mishra, Collector Akash Tripathi, Commissioner archeological department Aajatshatru Shrivastava and other administrative officers were present during Dessa’s visit.
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