Archaeological Survey of India ordered to open the historical heritage, know when will it open?

SOP issued for Corona will have to be compulsorily followed

SOP issued for Corona will have to be compulsorily followed

The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has decided to open all the protected heritage sites from June 16. The Union Ministry of Culture and ASI have given information about the opening of historic buildings. People going here will have to compulsorily follow the Corona guide line.

New Delhi. All the protected buildings of the Archaeological Survey of India will be opened from June 16. People will be able to wall these historical monuments. In April, it was decided to close all the protected buildings closed due to Corona. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has issued an order in this regard on Monday. Along with this, it has been asked to compulsorily follow the Corona guide line.

Due to the second wave of corona, it was decided to close all the protected monuments / sites and museums protected by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) from 15 April. Although earlier it was till mid-May, later it was decided to close it till 31st May and then to 15th June. Since now the effect of Corona is slowly decreasing in the country, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has decided to open all the protected monuments/sites and museums. Union Culture Minister Prahlad Singh Patel has given this information by tweeting.

The impact of Corona in the country is slowly decreasing, so the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has decided to open all the protected monuments/sites and museums.

The impact of Corona in the country is slowly decreasing, so the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has decided to open all the protected monuments/sites and museums.

It has also been said in the order that people coming to these places will have to compulsorily follow the SOP issued by the Central, Central or State Ministry regarding Corona. Also, according to the guide line of district or disaster management, entry will be available in all these protected heritage sites.




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