According to the report of Aria Heritage, quoting the public relations of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts of North Khorasan Province, Ali Mostofian announced this news on Saturday, September 18, 1400: “From the credits of 1999, its executive operation began.”
The head of the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts of North Khorasan, emphasizing that the restoration and space construction of this historical monument has a great impact on the environment of that region and a change in the social process there, said: “Until the restoration permit for this monument is obtained from the army.”
Mostofian pointed out that the ownership of the Martyrs’ Tomb is in the possession of the army, adding: “The entrances and windows were finished with a credit of 1 billion and 600 million rials.”
The mausoleum of the martyrs is a prominent example of the architectural works of the first Pahlavi period in Bojnourd, which was built in the center of a garden in the north of Bojnourd to commemorate a number of soldiers and officers killed in the Lahak Khan incident.
This historical monument has been registered in the list of national monuments under number 9241.