Renovation, of Lala Rukh tomb initiated

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The tehsil municipal administration Hassanabdal has launched a mega project for the Mughal era Lala Rukh tomb with the collaboration of local donors and philanthropists in a bid to restore the decaying Mughal era monument besides to provide better recreational facilities to the dwellers of the city.
Assistant commissioner Hassanabdal Adnan Anjum Raja while briefing the newsmen here at the site on Sunday has said has said that the historical monument of the tomb of Lala Rukh that is traditionally attributed to Princess Lala Rukh, daughter of the Mughal emperor is in depilated condition and on the decay due to paucity of technical and manpower paucity with the department of archaeology.
Mr Raja added that the garden adjacent to the tomb was in shambles and causing embarrassing situation when the Sikh pilgrims hailing from different parts of the world visit to adjacent Sikh temple to offer their religious rituals and also pay visit to this monument also. He added that in a bid to save the national heritage from decay and provide better recreational facilities to the dwellers of the city especially women and children.

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