Govt will renovate, develop temples: Minister Tummala
Minister for Roads & Buildings Tummala Nageswar Rao said that the State government was striving hard for the development of all the temples that are...
Khammam: Minister for Roads & Buildings Tummala Nageswar Rao said that the State government was striving hard for the development of all the temples that are present across the State. Participating in the foundation stone laying ceremony for the cosngtruction of of the ‘Raja Gopuram’, ‘Prakara Mandapam’ and other developmental works worth Rs.51 lakh at Neeladri Temple in Bhavannapalem village of Penuballi mandal in Khammam on Monday, the Minister said that that after the formation of the Telangana State, the TRS government started focusing on the development of various temples that are present across the State.
Minsiter Tummala said that the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was striving for the development of the temples across the State and he was very much determined to revive the lost glory of the temples, whether big or small. In this connection, the State government had sanctioned Rs.51 lakh for the various developmental works of Neeladri Temple, he added.
The Minister instructed the officials concerned to complete the developmental works of the temple as early as possible. MP Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy, Sattuapalli MLA Sandra Venkata Veeraiah, Ashwaraopet MLA Thati Venkateshwarlu, SC Corporation Chairman Pidamarthi Ravi, DCCB Chairman Muvvas Vijay Babu, DISHA committee member Matta Dayanand, Temple Chairman Chintanipu Satyanarayana, ZPTC Rajitha, Mandal Vice-president Ch. Lakshman Rao were present along with others.