BMC to restore Worli fort, project to cost Rs 2 crore
The Free Press Journal - Mumbai|November 29, 2021
Apart from repair and restoration, the civic body will clear encroachment in and around the fort premises
DIPTI SINGH

After Mahim fort, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has now initiated the restoration and beautification work of the Worli Fort in coordination with the State Archeological Department. On Friday, the civic body’s G (south) ward (Worli, Lower Parel) floated a tender for the project that will cost Rs 2 crore. The project’s first phase is expected to be completed in a year.

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