Commissioner Hyderabad holds meeting with Endowment Fund Trust officials
The Hyderabad administration has planned to establish a Revenue Museum in the city with the help of Endowment Fund Trust (EFT) to preserve the old revenue record and other related items.
Divisional Commissioner Hyderabad Muhammad Abbas Baloch convened a meeting on Wednesday at his office with the officials of Endowment Fund Trust and discussed the plan in detail.
Abdul Hameed Akhund, Chairman, EFT, Additional Commissioner-I Hyderabad Syed Sajjad Haider Shah, Additional Deputy Commissioner-I Hyderabad Lal Dino Mangi, Deputy Director Board of Revenue Ali Muhammad Babar, Staff Officer Dr. Muhammad Fahad Mir and Dr. Shahid Junejo of Dialdas Club Hyderabad, officers of other concerned departments also attended the meeting.
Divisional Commissioner directed the concerned officers that the services of Nazar Muhammad Baloch be acquired to prepare a comprehensive draft proposal for the museum and share it to Abdul Hameed Akhund so that the committee could be formed headed by Deputy Commissioner Hyderabad.
The committee will decide where to build the museum and also prepare and submit its detailed report on the Revenue Records.
Commissioner Baloch said that the buildings like Revenue Office, Dialdas Club and Tapedari College are part of National Heritage, and the efforts should also be made to restore the other important heritage buildings and a draft plan of action should be prepared in this regard.
Later, the Divisional Commissioner along with EFT and other officers inspected various historical buildings.
On this occasion, he said that Hyderabad is a city of historical significance and there are many historical and archeological sites which are being restored in their original form. “More efforts will be made to preserve the historical heritage of Hyderabad,” he said. (PR)