STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: Rugh Nath Mandir Committee (RNMC) welcomed the decision of state administration for including Rugh Nath Mandir, Fateh Kadal, a heritage Shrine in the Smart City Project. In the meeting held here on Saturday, Bharat Raina, President of the Committee thanked the Governor Satya Pal Malik and Commissioner Secretary Dheeraj Gupta for including Rugh Nath Temple Mandir in the Smart City project, which was vandalized and ignored for the last 30 years by all successive governments. Keeping in view the importance of this temple, Rugh Nath Mandir Committee assured full support and eagerness to work in coordination with State administration and Dharmarth Trust in bringing back the lost glory of this great heritage which once used to house three to four hundred tourists on daily basis. The committee members also expressed gratitude to Baseer Khan, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir for including the aforesaid temple in the Smart City Project. Among those who were present in the meeting included Pawan Raina, S.K Turki, Suneel K Tickoo, Anil Koul, Shadi Lal Ganjoo, Kaka Raina, Sanjay Razdan, Ramesh koul, Shiban and Vijay Raina.
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