In context of of the central vista project in which centre will invest 20000 crore now after
so much demolition of environment and existing properties like shastri Bhawan, krishi
Bhawan, vigyan Bhawan, vice president residence, jawahar Bhawan, nirman Bhawan,
Udyog bhawan and Raksha Bhawan. Now other three iconic buildings which include
the national museum, the Indira Gandhi national centre for the arts and the national
archives annexe are set to be demolished. The project has already heard several
criticisms from environmentalists, activists and varied opposition parties and now
historians and archaeologists form another set of people added to the critics. Demolition
of these three buildings will include shifts of multiple important and precious historical
heritages like idols, cards, paintings, cravings etc. Moreover the archival records which
include 45 lakh files, 25000 manuscripts and more than 100000 maps and 1.3 lakh
mughal documents will be displaced and shifted until the project is over. The critics
show a lot of concern because there has been no proper public consultation on the
renovation of these buildings which holds a lot of important historical documents which
are owned by the citizens. Earlier the government told lok sabha that the work will be
taken up after the approval of heritage conservation committee but there has been no
no such approvals according to the architects. On that note, the government recently
told the Delhi high court that the PIL against the central vista project is "sheer abuse of
the process of law" and another consistent attempt to stop the project.
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