Monday, 12 September 2016

Drainage flooding at Tinkune road

Posted by Anup Baral September 12th, 2016 :
The reconstruction of the Rani Pokhari – located at the heart of the capital city – will resume this week following an agreement between the Department of Archaeology (DoA) and Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC). The Department had instructed KMC on September 1 to halt the ongoing reconstruction after finding out that the reconstruction was taking place against the set criteria. As per the agreement to correct the structures that have already been built with the rest of the construction to take place in adherence to the instruction of the Archaeology Department, the reconstruction will start from this week, DoA Spokesperson, Ram Bahadur Kunwar said. Department has instructed the KMC to rebuid the historic Bal Gopaleshwor temple at the centre of the pond in its old stature. The DoA intervened as the reconstruction was taking place with use of cement, gravel, sand and rods.

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