New Delhi: A tunnel found inside the Delhi Legislative Assembly, which leads to the Red Fort, is now ready to be opened to the common people. Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel said that there is no clarity about its history. However, he said that it must have been used by the British.
Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel said that the tunnel built inside the Delhi Assembly (leading to the Red Fort) and the hanging house are ready to be opened for the common people. He said that the tourism department should be allowed to bring people to the assembly on Saturday and Sunday, according to which they are preparing the structure of the assembly.
A tunnel-like structure discovered at the Delhi Legislative Assembly. "It connects to the Red Fort. There is no clarity over its history, but it was used by Britishers to avoid reprisal while moving freedom fighters," said Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel (2.09) pic.twitter.com/OESlRYik69
Speaker of the Assembly said, “The tunnel built inside the Delhi Assembly (to the Red Fort) and the hanging house are ready to be opened for the common people.” Speaker of the Assembly Ram Niwas Goel said, “The next 26 in the 75th year anniversary They will be given a look and opened to the general public before January 15 or August 15.”
Along with this, he said, “I am preparing the structure of the assembly accordingly to allow the tourism department to bring people to the assembly on Saturday and Sunday.” “There is no clarity on its history, but it was used by the British to avoid retaliation while moving the freedom fighters,” he said.