Handed over papers to turn Nyaymandir into city museum
State Home Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja visited Vadodara on Sunday to inaugurate various development works. He handed over the City Museum’s purposeful Nyaymandir Heritage Building for the city of Vadodara.
He then proceeded to inaugurate the Chandod Rail Service and unveil the plaque of the Chandod Police Station as well as to attend other functions.
Sunday was a very important and happy day for the city of Vadodara. The Nyaymandir Heritage Building for the City Museum, which has been eagerly awaited by the citizens for the last two and a half years, was handed over by Home Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja. In the presence of the District Collector, the R&B Department handed over the possession of the documents of the Heritage Building of the Nyaymandir.
State Home Minister Pradipsinh Jadeja visited Vadodara city on Sunday morning and handed over the heritage building at Nyaya Mandir at 9 am. After the inauguration of rail service at Chandod railway station, he will return to Vadodara city after the unveiling of Chandod police station and Dasser police line by unveiling the plaque at 12-39 pm and attend the She team of city police department and horse riding club program at Gandhi Nagar town hall at 4-15 pm.