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    The Kotwal office building at Purani Haveli is getting restored. It’s over a hundred years old and currently houses the Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) office. The restoration started on Tuesday, and it’s expected to take six months to complete. The restoration company, Deccan Terrain, will use materials like quick lime, hydrated lime, raw gum extracts, fibers, and other materials for the project. GreenKo Company sponsors the restoration.

    Before, the building was the City Police Commissioner’s office until it moved to Basheerbagh. But senior officials still stay here during important events in the city. The building’s condition deteriorated, and the roof collapsed. Hyderabad Police Commissioner CV Anand decided to restore the structure because it’s part of Hyderabad’s history and an important landmark. He said that his predecessors camped here while monitoring Friday prayers and other processions. It’s the city’s responsibility to conserve and revive these heritage structures.

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