Famous structural engineer passes away at 98
New Delhi, Might 9
Famous structural engineer Mahendra Raj, who was a part of a number of iconic initiatives, handed away in Delhi on Sunday. He was 98.
Raj was amongst these concerned in laying the muse of contemporary India.
The Gujranwala-born Raj, who boarded one of many final trains to India after the Partition, had began his profession as an assistant engineer within the Punjab Public Works Division.
Raj was one of many key members who had assisted Le Corbusier in constructing the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Court docket and the Secretariat, as a part of Chandigarh’s Capitol Complicated.