HYDERABAD: State ministers A. Indrakaran Reddy, T. Harish Rao and Tummala Nageswara Rao will be laying foundation stone for development works worth Rs 5 crore at the famous Kuravi Veerabhadra Swamy temple in Mahabubabad district on Friday.
Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao had announced the money to develop the temple while offering bangaru meesalu (gold moustache) to the presiding diety in February last year to fulfill the votive.
Mr Reddy said Rs 75 lakh would be used for construction of a prakara mandapam, Rs 1.6 crore for two satrams.
He dismissed the claim that people of Seeman-dhra origin had created wealth in Hyderabad and were shifting to AP after bifurcation.
The minister spoke to investors and visited the Suzuki Museum at Hamamatsu in Shizuoka, Japan.
The Indian and Polish students will participate in debates, cultural programmes and also a discussion with Krystyna Swierczynska.
He demanded Mr Narasimhulu to publicly apologise to the party workers for making such comments.
KTR wants to focus on projects that have an impact and attract peoples attention.
He says TRS will fight in Parliament for states rights to decide quota.
The deputy chief minister asked the BJP state president for information on the closure of schools to substantiate his allegations.
The existing secretariat was constructed in a haphazard manner, says KCR.
He said Mr Naidu should have come to NTR Ghat to pay homage.
The governments of both Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are struggling to meet their budget figures in the current financial year.
The GHMC challenged the order under Section 45G to transfer the amount demanded through the notice to the credit of the recovery officer.
The trio was preparing the contraband for the last two months. They were transporting it via various modes across the city and state.