Telangana Animal Husbandry and Cinematography Minister, Talasani Srinivas Yadav today said that the state government will protect historical structures like step wells in the twin cities.
He inspected a step-well at Bansilalpet area in Secunderabad here. Srinivas Yadav stated that this step-well will be restarted on August 15 as the officials are taking necessary measures.
The Minister said that there are about 60 step-wells in the city and adjoining Secunderabad areas. So far we have developed and reopened six-step wells in the city and will continue to develop the remaining step wells, Srinivas Yadav said.
The government seeks to protect the historic structures, step-wells, and monuments, he said. For this all steps and action being taken, the minister maintained.
Information Commissioner and secretary of the government Arvind Kumar, municipal officials were present. The minister went round the steps well and discussed its development to reopen.
The minister stated that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is committed to protecting the historic structures, step wells, and monuments by taking all measures.
With support from Municipal and IT minister KT Rama Rao, the municipal and other wings are making efforts to protect these step wells.
They are noted for our past history and used by people for a long time, he said.
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