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Hyderabad, May 5, (
Leading corporate companies are competing to adopt the historic monuments of the country. Dalmia Group has already adopted the Delhi Historic Red Fort as part of the 'Adopt A Heritage' initiative launched by the Ministry of Tourism and the Archaeological Survey of India. Announcing the names of nearly 100 historic monuments, such as Red Fort, Taj Mahal, Charminar, Golconda Fort and Konark Surya Temple. The program's main purpose is to share corporate firms in the preservation of historical monuments as part of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities. Companies that own historical monuments in bid have to take care of for five years now. Now, GMR sports and ITC hotels have joined the companies. ITC Hotels has come up with to adopt the Historical model in Hyderabad Charminar. To this extent, Saroar released an expressive expression of interest. It is reported that no other open application is applicable except ITC for adopting the available information on Charminar. Approving the ITC 'Adopt A Heritage Project Oversight and Vision Committee', Charminar was handed over to ITC. GMR Sports Pvt Ltd, which is promoting the Delhi Daredevils team in the IPL, has applied to adopt the Golconda Fort.


In fact, GMR sports has applied for adoption of seven historical monuments. These include Red Fort in Delhi and Golconda Fort. Dalmia Group has already acquired Red Fort. The issue of the Golconda Fort is still under consideration. "We have submitted the EOI for the adoption of the seven structures, including the Red Fort. But the red cotton was adopted to Dalmiya. Our application for the Golconda Fort has been shortlisted. We also have a letter of consent to this. Vision bid is now on the way. Our Bid Committee examines the project's terms. If our bid is selected then we will have to make a now for the government to adopt the goal, "a GMR Sports spokesperson said. As part of the Historical Monuments Protection, the Government of India initiated a 'Adopt a Heritage' project in September last year.

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