K Chandrasekhar Rao to inspect Yadadri temple work on March | Sidnaz Blog

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HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will be visiting Yadadri temple on March 4 to inspect the works which are in the final stages of completion.
All arrangements are being made for the CM’s visit to the temple town. However, as the model code of conduct is in force for the graduates MLC constituencies, KCR’s visit is expected to be a low-key affair.
Yadadri temple executive officer N Geeta Reddy confirmed to TOI that the works are nearing completion. The prestigious project is estimated to cost around Rs 1,800 crore and so far, Rs 800 crore have been spent.
After inspecting the works, KCR is likely to consult Chinna Jeeyar Swamy and fix a muhurat (auspicious date) for the inauguration of the Yadadri temple project. Officials in the temple town said that there are no auspicious dates for another few months and that the best dates are only after Ugadi.
The state government has planned to invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi among other VVIPs for the inauguration of the temple.
While the entire project of constructing bus stands and laying roads will take time, works on the Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy main temple located on the hillock have been completed.
The officials also propose to seek directions from the chief minister on the location and design of the bus stand for convenience of pilgrims coming to the temple, gas line to the prasadam building among other facilities.


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