In a directive on Wednesday, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao ordered the construction of the new State Secretariat complex to be expedited without compromising quality.
To complete the construction within a stipulated time frame, he suggested taking on multiple tasks simultaneously.
The Chief Minister visited the Secretariat complex in the city on Wednesday and directed all ongoing construction work to be executed in accordance with the original design. A detailed inspection was conducted of the Ministers’ chambers, meeting halls, and anterooms in which he gave instructions regarding construction and interior decoration.
When it comes to the construction of the slabs and domes of the building, he advised the officials to use modern methods, as well as the choice of the latest furniture and interior design models.
According to Chandrashekhar Rao, the Secretariat officials are to cultivate green space and perform landscaping in the open space situated around the Secretariat building, which is roughly two acres big. During the inspection, red stone construction works and drainage works were examined. It is expected that the construction work for the visitor’s lounge will be completed in the near future, according to officials.
The Secretariat has arranged for separate parking arrangements for foreign delegates, ministers, members of parliament, members of local councils, members of local governments, and visitors to the Secretariat. As part of his advice to the officials, the Chief Minister instructed them to take all measures to accommodate visitors from different districts visiting the Secretariat.
A large number of elected officials and representatives were present, including Ministers V Prashant Reddy and Ch Mallareddy, Telangana State Planning Board vice-chairman B Vinod Kumar, Rajya Sabha member Deevakonda Damodar Rao, MLCs and MLAs, Hyderabad Police Commissioner CV Anand, along with other elected officials and representatives.
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