Tourism Minister Prahlad Patel takes inventory of harm induced to Crimson Fort, seeks report


NEW DELHI: Union Tradition and Tourism Minister Prahlad Patel on Wednesday visited the Red Fort to take inventory of the harm brought on by a piece of farmers who stormed the monument and hoisted the Nishan Sahib, the flag of the Sikhs, there.

The minister has sought a report on the incident.

“I don’t wish to say something on the problem but. I’ve sought a report, let it come,” Patel informed PTI.

Through the minister’s tour, one may see vandalised metallic detector gate and ticket counter, and damaged shards of glass on the premises of the Crimson Fort. He was accompanied by the secretary of tradition ministry and the ASI director normal.

The minister had on Tuesday condemned the actions of the protesting farmers who entered the Crimson Fort and mentioned it violated the image of dignity of India’s democracy.

There are 173 monuments in Delhi protected below the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). It contains UNESCO World Heritage Websites — Crimson Fort, Humayun’s Tomb and Qutub Minar.

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