Haryana Minister Ram Bilas Sharma has said the Madhogarh Fort in Mahendragarh would be developed on the pattern of the Mughal Gardens in Pinjore
Disclosing this while presiding over a meeting of officers of the Tourism Department in Mahendragarh, today, Sharma said developing the Madhogarh Fort as tourism site was his dream project, and would not be allowed to suffer shortage of funds.
With the completion of the Madhogarh-Mahendragarh-Narnaul-Rewari Heritage Circuit, the pace of development would be accelerated in southern Haryana, he said.
This circuit would not only benefit Mahendragarh and Rewari districts, but also the neighbouring districts of Bhiwani and Gurugram as the youth of these areas would get ample direct and indirect job opportunities, the minister said.
The Madhogarh Fort would be given a grand look and developed in its original form, he said, adding that this site would be recognised nationally and internationally.
Construction work on the 35-km-wide and two-km-long road leading to the fort at a height of about 400 metres, has begun, he said.
The minister later inspected some sites and had a look at the road-map for the development of the fort.
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