Har to establish martial arts school on Baba Banda Bahadur's name
Chandigarh, Jun 3 () Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today stated a martial arts school would be established to honor the memory of Sikh warrior Baba Banda Singh Bahadur near Lohgarh in Yamunanagar district.
AdiBadri, near Lohgarh, would be developed as a tourist destination at a cost of Rs 15.26 crore, he stated while speaking at a state-level programmed arranged to mark 300th martyrdom year of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur in Lohgarh, he was priced quote as stating by a main release.
Khattar announced that keeping in view the spiritual and historical significance of AdiBadri, it would be developed as a traveler location.
"With its natural beauty and historical significance, Lohgarh would also be developed as a traveler spot," he stated.
A three-km road connecting AdiBadri, the point of origin of the legendary Saraswati river, with Lohgarh would be built.
Besides, a dam would also be built to ensure year-round supply of water to Lohgarh.
A two-km long roadway and bridge connecting Bhagwanpur town and Lohgarh would be constructed on Som River.
The Chief Minister said an exterior that appears like a fort's wall would be constructed near the border of Himachal Pradesh and Haryana. Discussions on this would be held with HP federal government, he stated.
The ShobhaYatra which started from Reasi in Jammu and Kashmir on May 31, reached Panchkula the other day. Today, it passed through Ambala and reached Lohgarh Sahib.
The Yatra would pass through various districts of the state in the next few days and reach Faridabad on June 9. It would then reach Mehrauli area in Delhi where Baba Banda Singh Bahadur was martyred, the release said.