‘Gangrape’ to be sold for Rs 3.25 crore to fund development

‘Gangrape’ to be sold for Rs 3.25 crore to fund development

Gangrape is to be given a new name in the form of ‘Ganga’.

A bid for the project was made by a company called the ‘Gaga Capital Group’ that has been in the news recently after it won a court order to get the name changed.

According to a filing filed in a Delhi court, the new name will help in spreading awareness of the ‘sacred river’ in the country and in creating jobs and infrastructure for the state’s poor.

The ‘Ganjapati’ river in the city of Pune, Maharashtra, is the oldest in the world.

The water flows into the Pune river in Gujarat and the Jammu and Kashmir valley.

A group of prominent businessmen, including industrialists Gautam Adani and Mukesh Ambani, have been involved in a legal battle with the Indian government over the name of the river in Maharashtra.

The dispute has resulted in the restoration of the name Gangrape in Maharashtra, according to the Hindustan Times.

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