The most striking and the tallest heritage structure popularly known as Bahu Fort in the city of temples suffered a major as one of its boundary walls facing the old city area came crumbling down on saturday morning.
Located on the banks of river Tawi, the fort which houses famous temple of Goddess Maha Kali is a state protected monument. In the recent years the state govt has spent considerable amount of money on its preservation and renovation work.
Despite taking precautions on saturday when the boundary wall collapsed it exposed the laxity on the part of the Department of Archives, Archeology and Museum which had carried out the restoration work.
Various social bodies and activists who are spearheading a campaign for better facilities for disciples visiting Maha Kali temple in Bahu Fort accused the state govt agencies for ignoring the warnings and carryin gout poor quality of renovation work.