Qila Shahpur, belonging to Saravi Paprayudu, collapses.
The rains which pounded the State claimed its first casualty on Thursday within the type of the State’s heritage. A big portion of the Qila Shahpur in Jangaon district early within the morning cracked and collapsed.
The Qila in Kilashpur belonged to native legend Sardar Sarvai Paparayudu, a frontrunner who lived within the early 18th century, who in line with historian Prof. Bhangya Bhuya, Head of the Division of Historical past, College of Hyderabd, was celebrated for his resistance to the Mughals after the decline of the Qutb Shahi Dynasty.
Jangaon police and district administration confirmed the event to The Hindu. “The incident befell round 7.30 a.m.. There are not any casualties,” police stated.
The district administration stated that the particles from the fort got here crashing down on three constructions. Alert locals had moved away after noticing cracks within the construction. A video clip of the collapse was captured on digicam and shared broadly on social media.
Division of Archaeology and Museums (DAM) was apprised of the scenario. Its In-charge Director Narayana B informed The Hindu, “I’m going to Jangaon now and can have the ability to inform the precise scenario as soon as I attain.”
Within the current previous, the DAM had taken up conservation work on the fort and a CR wall was constructed. A earlier than and after picture of this conservation work is out there on the web site.