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Shaheed Smarak being built at Ambala Cantt will be a unique amalgamation of technology and history

Shaheed Smarak being built at Ambala Cantt will be a unique amalgamation of technology and history

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The Shaheed Smarak being built at Ambala Cantt highlighting the supreme sacrifices and valour of those who participated in the first war of Independence will be a unique amalgamation of technology and history that will inspire the future generations.

This was stated by the Chief Minister,  Manohar Lal while talking to media persons after visiting the Red Fort Museum in Delhi today. The Chief Minister along with the Home Minister,  Anil Vij, visited the Red Fort Museum in Delhi today.

The Chief Minister and the Home Minister not only enquired about the state of the art technology used in the museum but also discussed the structural plan of the Shaheed Smarak with the officers concerned.

The technical team through a detailed presentation apprised the Chief Minister about the way the new technology will be used to make the Smarak being built in Ambala Cantt more attractive. He also inquired about the light and sound show at Red Fort Museum.

Shaheed Smarak being built at Ambala Cantt will be a unique amalgamation of technology and history

Interacting with the media persons at Haryana Bhawan after coming back from Red Fort, the Chief Minister said that the building work of Shaheed Memorial is almost complete, only some technical related things may take some more time to complete.

The Chief Minister expressed hope that the Shaheed Smarak would be completely ready within a year’s time.

On this occasion, Home Minister,  Anil Vij with the technical team of the museum also discussed the history of the Shaheed Smarak and the stories related to the glory of the martyrs.

While directing the technical team, the Home Minister said that the Shaheed Smarak in Haryana should become a unique symbol of inculcating the spirit of patriotism among future generations.

Shaheed Smarak being built at Ambala Cantt will be a unique amalgamation of technology and history . On this occasion, Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Dr. Amit Agrawal, Regional Director, Archaeological Department of India,  Arvin Manjul also remained present.

 

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