Newly renovated Byculla railway station inaugurated today
The Byculla Railway Station, one of the oldest railways station in India, commissioned in the year 1853, has been restored to its heritage architectural excellence.
The restoration and up-gradation works of the building have been executed by the contracting team of M/s Qais Construction Pvt. Ltd. A restoration process involves a holistic up-gradation and exterior façade restoration as accessed from the west entrance of the station.
The ceremonial inauguration of the newly renovated Byculla railway station was held on 29th April, 2022 by Raosaheb Danve Patil, Minister of State, Ministry of Railways, and Devendra Fadnavis, Leader of the Opposition, Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, and in the presence of Minal Bajaj, Hon. Director, Jamnalal Bajaj Foundation and Niraj Bajaj, Chairman at Bajaj Auto Ltd., Promoter & Director of Bajaj Group Companies, and CMD at Mukand Ltd., Abha Narain Lambah, Heritage Conservation Architect and Mangal Prabhat Lodha BJP President, Mumbai and Munira Chudasama, wife of late Padmashree Nana Chudasama.
Bajaj Group has a history of preserving and restoring ancient architectural heritage sites. This time Bajaj Group came forefront for the restoration and beautification of the Byculla Railway Station initiated by an NGO, ‘I Love Mumbai’.
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