Mumbai, Nov. 25 -- Locals of Malabar Hill and Walkeshwar areas in south Mumbai are unhappy over some of the plans under the Banganga revamp project.
Residents have written to the local ward office of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) suggesting that an asphalt road be laid down instead of stone around the heritage structure.
Banganga, the oldest and largest surviving religious centre in the island city, will be revamped under the Maharashtra Vaibhav State Protected Monuments Adoption Scheme (MVSPMAS).
Abha Narain Lambah, the conservation architect for the project, has decided to restore the tank to its past glory while making some changes around the tank, such as additional street furniture to give the tank a heritage look. Ho...