Prime Ministers’ museum gets ready at Teen Murti

The Central Public Works Department (CPWD) has set a March 2020 cut-off date for finishing the “Museum on Prime Ministers of India” in the Teen Murti Bhavan complex, which houses the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library (NMML), officials said.
According to a senior official, the CPWD has chosen an business enterprise for the facade works of the museum and its finishing, installation of lifts, escalators, CCTVs and sewage treatment plants.
The iconic Teen Murti Bhavan used to be the professional residence of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister, and the NMML used to be set up in his memory on its premises as an self sustaining organization under the Union Culture Ministry.
“The building work of the museum building is beneath way,” the legitimate said.
He introduced that these works would be carried out at a price of ₹66 crore.
“We have set the goal of March 2020 to assemble the museum on the Prime Ministers of India. Once it is completed, the constructing will be passed over to the Union Culture Ministry to form different works required for museum,” he said.
Some Congress leaders had adversarial the government’s announcement for the museum in 2018, accusing it to be an attempt to dilute the legacy of Nehru.
But Rajnath Singh, the then Union Home Minister had stated that the move was now not an try to dilute Nehru’s legacy.

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