CM KCR reviews Yadadri Temple construction works

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao visited Yadadri on Sunday.

The Chief Minister left from Begumpet Airport in a helicopter in the morning and reached Yadadri. He conducted aerial survey around Yadadri. He observed the ongoing works of Main Temple, Temple City, and Construction of Presidential suite on the hill through aerial survey.

KCR visited Sri Laxmi Narsimha Swamy at Balaalayam and conducted the rituals. Chief Priest of the Yadadri Temple Laxmi Narsimhacharyulu and Pandits welcomed the Chief Minister and showered blessings on him. Later, he inspected the works of the reconstruction of the Main Temple. He also inspected Main Temple, the sanctum Sanctorum, outer walls, interior walls of the sanctorum, Madaveedulu, Rathasala, Vratha Mantapam, Dwajasthambam, Counters of Prasadam.

The Chief Minister made some suggestions to the officials and sculptures. He personally examined the development works taken up in and around the main temple sprawling 173 acres. Later, CM visited the hill and inspected and reviewed the works of temple city. He said that funds will be sanctioned for the construction of outer ring road covering two hills. He instructed the officials to complete the works of the reconstruction of the yadadri temple and outer ring road simultaneously. He said that the Temple and other structures are permanent and should last longer for many years and every care should be taken on quality of the works without compromising on its standards.

Former Minister Jagadesh Reddy, MPs J Santosh Kumar, Bura Narasaiah Goud, Badugula Lingaiah Yadav, MLAs Gongidi Sunitha, Shekhar Reddy, Gyadari Kishore, Marri Janardhan Reddy, Kancharla Bhoopal Reddy, MLCs Krishna Reddy, Karne Prabhakar, former Minister Uma Madhava Reddy, Special Officer Kishan Rao, Collector Anitha Ramchandran, Rachakonda CP Mahesh Bhagavath, Temple EO Geeta were present along with the CM.

Raju Vegesna donates Rs 10 Crore for Annadana Satram

The members of Raju Vegesna Foundation, a nongovernmental organization which conducts charitable programmes in Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam has donated Rs 10 Crore to CM for the construction of Annadana Satram. Foundation President Anantha Koti Raju, Secretary Ananda Raju and other members met CM and handed over the Cheque. They assured the CM that they will bear the expenses if cost of the construction of Annadana Satram exceeds Rs 10 Crore.

The Chief Minister, on this occasion, said that many philanthropists are coming forward for the construction of guest houses and choultries. He thanked all 43 donors who have come forward to donate Rs 2 Crore each.