—File Photo.
—File Photo.

QUETTA: The provincial government has started work to reconstruct the Quaid-i-Azam Residency in Ziarat which was gutted in a grenade attack last month.

Militants attacked the residency on June 15, destroying the historical monument where the Quaid spent his last days. A policeman posted at the residency was killed by the attackers.

Official sources said on Sunday that a committee headed by former chief secretary Mirza Qamar Baig had been set up to supervise the reconstruction work. Mr Baig was also the head of the committee which oversaw the renovation of the Quaid residency in 1999-2000.

The new committee includes renowned architects and experts of heritage who have offered their voluntary services for the purpose.

Noted senior architects Nayyar Ali Dada and Kamil Khan Mamtaz, accompanied by officials of the Balochistan government, inspected the damaged site and conveyed guidelines and recommendations to the provincial government for restoration of the historical monument to its original shape.

Updated Jul 15, 2013 07:23am

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maan khan
Jul 15, 2013 08:53am

I salute to Nayyar Ali Dada and Kamil Khan Mamtaz for thier voluntary service.

maan khan
Jul 15, 2013 08:55am

i salute to architects Nayyar Ali Dada and Kamil Khan Mamtaz for their voluntary services.

Agha Ata
Jul 15, 2013 05:41pm

How can you be sure that the same kind of tragedy would not happen again?

sal
Jul 15, 2013 05:57pm

People going hungry, children at work instead of school, electric supply unacceptable, and what is the most important thing right now? A house. No wonder Pakistan is a mess.

akram
Jul 16, 2013 06:15pm

It is good to hear of people offering their services for free, in such a national project. what did the perpetrators wish to achieve by destroying this building? they must be hunted down like dogs.