Maharashtra: Part of historic wall at Panhala fort collapses

Kolhapur: Following incessant rain, a section of the historic wall adjacent to Char Darwaja Panhala fort collapsed on Tuesday evening.

Last year, too, a part of the wall had collapsed near the same spot, but no repair works were carried out due to lack of funds. The Archaeological Survey of India needs to restore the structure before more damage is caused to the entire wall.

Amit Jagtap, who resides in the area, said, “It has been raining continuously for the past two-three days and the historic wall on the way to Nebapur, near Char Darwaja, collapsed on Tuesday evening.

“This wall is on the trail route heading towards Nebapur village from Panhala fort and is a part of remnants of the Char Darwaja built in the reign of Shilahar Raja Bhoj,”added Jagtap.

Source : TOI

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