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CM KCR inspects progress of Yadadri Temple development works

Hyderabad: On Sunday, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao inspected the progress of development work at Yadadri’s main temple and the project for the Temple town.

The chief minister reached Yadadri at 12.30 am and was greeted with poornakumbham by the temple priests amid Vedic mantras chants. At Balalayam the chief minister also took part in special poojas.

The chief minister later also investigated the temple of Anjaneya Swamy, Alwar, and Andal temples and Dwajasthaman, situated within the temple prakarams.

He also inspected the works in the main temple at queue lines, kalyana mandapam, internal prakaram, and flooring.He also questioned officials about the lighting system that was built at the temple.

Earlier, temple architect Anand Sai explained through an audio-visual presentation to the chief minister about the progress of various works like maha mandapam, gold coating to garbha griha and Raja Gopura main gate.

Endowments Minister Indrakaran Reddy, Rajya Sabha member J Santhosh Kumar, Government Whip Gongidi Sunitha and officials of YTDA were also present. (INN)

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