Red Fort Sold: Know the truth
After news published by some leading channels and newspapers it is being told that, Heritage site Lalqila aka Redfort made by Shah Jahan during Mughal days is being sold to Dalmia group for only 25 crores. No one thought for a second that it was previously declared on 27 September 2017 the tourism day about Adopt-e-Heritage ‘Dhorahar Apni Pehchan Yojana’ in which corporates houses was to develop heritage sites.
Under this scheme, the historical places was to be taken care for a period under which Dalmia Group got Redfort. Someone may ask why Dalmia group will spent such amount. They have to spend and such corporate houses have been spending on Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR. They will promote the tourism, develop its infrastructure and will take care of it by spending 5 crore each year. Govt of India will be benefited by it as the amount won’t be spent by Govt. Under which they will provide app based guide, digital screening, free wifi, drinking water, toilet up-gradation, lighting, e-vehicles, charging station, and cafeteria in those places. 100 such places have been choosen to develop among which Tajmahal, Kangda fort and Odisha’s Konark Temple is there.