KCR visits Indur temple in Nizamabad

Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today participated in Sri Venkateshwara Swamy Brahmotsavams at Induru in Nizamabad district.

Turning up at the ritual along with his family members, KCR offered traditional silk clothes and Mutyala Talambralu to Lord Venkateshwara at the temple on behalf of the State government. The Chief Minister is on a two-day tour to Nizamabad district and will stay put here on Saturday, it is learnt.

Earlier, Ministers A Indrakaran Reddy, Agriculture Minister Pocharam Srinivas Reddy and officials welcomed the Chief Minister and family.  MPs K Kavitha and Bibi Batil, MLAs, MLCs were present. On the occasion, the Chief Minister appreciated noted film producer Dil Raju for constructing the temple on the lines of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams. Dil Raju also attended the ritual along with KCR.

The Chief Minister gave pat to villagers for contributing for construction of the temple and coming forward for organic farming. “The State government will provide all facilities to the Narsingpally village and I will make a visit to the temple as and when I come to Nizamabad”, KCR said. (NSS)