As a part of the “Unlock 2“ of the important government, are set to protect the re-establishing to the public of the ancient monument Monday via the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). Union Culture Minister Prahlad Patel introduced this impact on Thursday.
Union Culture Minister Prahlad Patel stated on Twitter, “I have taken a selection with the Ministry of Culture and ASI to open all the monuments from 6 July. However, this could be executed with the compliance of nation and district administration. “; a collection Taj Mahal No Photography, Qutub Minar, Red Fort tomorrow covered monuments and archaeological web sites maintained by way of ASI were closed to the general public from 17 March given the coronavirus outbreak. Of this, 820 facilities are protected monuments, including places of worship.