Tourism and Cultural Affairs Minister V Srinivas Goud said that due to recent heavy rains, a part of the Fort had caved in and needed repairs urgently to protect the remaining part of the heritage structure.
Located at Quilla Shapur or Khileshapur village of Raghunathpally mandal in the district, the fort was built in the 18th century by Sarvai Papadu, popularly known as Sardar Sarvai Papanna.
The protest organisers had earlier asked participants to bring food, water, bed sheets, jackets, mats, power banks, charger and medicines along with them.
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Collector flags off Heritage Walk at the Fort marking World Tourism Day.