The Nizam-era Moazzam Jahi Market one of the major landmarks in this historic city has received a much-needed facelift after years of neglect, and is all set to be transformed into a cultural hub. 

Moazzam Jahi Market popularly known as MJ market was named after the Nizam's second son Mir Shujat Ali Khan Moazzam Jah Bahadur. Moazzam Jah himself inaugurated the market in 1935 as Sadr nasheen, Majlis Araayesh Baldah or the President of City Improvement Board, which was created to improve the city's infrastructure following the devastating Musi floods of 1908.

On Friday, Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister Sri KT Rama Rao inaugurated the newly renovated Mozamjahi Market in Hyderabad.

KTR says, Mozamjahi Market was constructed in 1933. The Government of Telangana took up the renovation project and has restored it. He even urged the cooperation of citizens in maintaining this.
"Hyderabad is a city where one will find old world charm and new age vibrancy. Hyderabad should get Heritage City status from UNESCO and we will work for achieving it," he said.

The inaugural event was attended by several ministers including Sri Mahmood Ali, Sri Talasani Srinivas Yadav, Smt Sabitha Indra Reddy, Sri V Srinivas Goud, MPs Sri K Keshava Rao, Sri Asaduddin Owaisi, MLA Sri Raja Singh, Mayor Sri Bonthu Rammohan, & Principal Secretary Arvind Kumar.
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