With the completion of the Dr. BR Ambedkar Telangana State Secretariat, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao announced plans to build an integrated Twin Towers office complex for all Heads of Departments (HoDs). The Twin Towers complex will house all of the heads of departments’ offices, allowing officials to easily access the respective departments within the State Secretariat.
During a review meeting held at his chambers in the Secretariat on Monday, the Chief Minister inquired about the number of staff working in each of the departments concerned, their office space requirements, and other details. He also discussed the available land for the construction of the Twin Towers near the State Secretariat and will discuss take a final decision soon.
Furthermore, Chandrashekhar Rao reaffirmed the State government’s commitment to supporting caste-based traditional occupations and promised to provide Rs 1 lakh in financial assistance to communities of Rajaka, Nayi Brahmin, Pusala, Budagajangala, and other Backward Classes (BC) and Most Backward Classes (MBC).
He directed the Cabinet sub-committee led by BC Welfare Minister Gangula Kamalakar to finalize the guidelines within a few days and begin disbursement on the Welfare Day, which will be celebrated as part of the Telangana State Formation Day’s decennial celebrations. He directed that all arrangements be made to ensure that the Telangana State Formation Day celebrations were a huge success.
The Chief Minister was pleased with the conducive work environment and pleasant atmosphere for officers and staff working at the newly constructed State Secretariat.
He inquired about the infrastructure and the availability of facilities as the one month of the Secretariat’s inauguration.
Later, Chandrashekhar Rao inspected the ongoing construction work at the Telangana Martyrs’ Memorial. He requested that the Roads and Buildings (R&B) officials ensure that the Telangana Formation Day decennial celebrations honor the sacrifices of Telangana martyrs.
With the majority of the work completed and the final stages of beautification underway, the Chief Minister gave specific instructions to the engineers and suggested that the statue of Telangana Talli be installed in the open space in front of the Martyrs’ Memorial, accompanied by magnificent fountains on both sides. He emphasized the importance of providing visitors with easy access during the decennial celebrations without disrupting traffic flow.
He additionally examined the construction of bridges at BRK Bhavan, which is required to keep traffic flowing smoothly amid the construction of the new Secretariat.
Ministers Gangula Kamalakar, V Srinivas Goud, MLCs S Madhusudhanachari, Palla Rajeshwar Reddy, Seri Subhash Reddy, Deshapathi Srinivas, MLAs A Jeevan Reddy, along with Chief Advisor to the Government Rajeev Sharma, Chief Advisor to the Chief Minister Somesh Kumar, Chief Secretary A Shanti Kumari, Special Chief Secretary for Finance K Ramakrishna Rao, and other officials were present.
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