Yadadri turns into a fortress ahead of KCR visit
Tight security arrangements were made to prevent any untoward incidents during the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s visit to Yadadri shrine on Friday, informed Yadadri DCP Ramachandra Reddy on Wednesday.
Yadadri: Tight security arrangements were made to prevent any untoward incidents during the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s visit to Yadadri shrine on Friday, informed Yadadri DCP Ramachandra Reddy on Wednesday.
Addressing the newsmen, the DCP informed that the Chief Minister will visit the hill shrine and inspect the progress of ongoing temple modernization works after attending the wedding ceremony of TRSV State leader Tunga Balu at Yadagirigutta.
As per official sources, the Chief Minister’s chopper will land at Vadaigudem helipad at 11 am. From there the CM will reach the wedding venue at 11.05 am by road. After the wedding, the CM will reach the temple hillock and will have darshan of Lord Sri Lakshminarasimha Swamy at Balalayam. Later, he will inspect the ongoing works taken up in and around the main temple.
It came to be known that as part of the programme, the CM would formally launch one of the erected Kakatiya pillars on Maha Mandapam. Later, he would proceed to Peddagutta to monitor the first phase of works of temple city. After lunch, the Chief Minister will conduct a review meeting with the heads of all departments to know the progress of works. After the meeting, he will leave for Hyderabad.
The DCP further informed that about 600 police personnel were deployed as part of the security arrangements, including three Deputy Police Commissioners, six Assistant Police Commissioners, 15 Circle Inspectors and 30 Sub-Inspectors.