Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao has kick-started his district tours from Siddipet and made a visit to Kamareddy to inaugurate the Integrated District Collectorate Complex as well as participate in other development programmes.
Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao inaugurated the Integrated District Collectorate Complex, the Police Commissionerate-cum-District Police Office complex and also the MLA camp office in Siddipet on Sunday. He kickstarted his district tours from Siddipet and is also scheduled to visit Kamareddy to inaugurate the Integrated District Collectorate Complex as well as participate in other development programmes.
Upon his arrival in the bus at Siddipet, the Chief Minister inaugurated the MLA’s camp office which was built on a one acre area at a cost of Rs. 4 crore with modern facilities including an office on the ground floor and a residential community on the first floor. He interacted with the TRS party leaders and activists who came to attend the inauguration ceremony. He also posed for photographs with the local leaders.
Later, Chandrashekhar Rao inaugurated the Siddipet Police Commissionerate complex near Rampalli village in Kondapaka mandal on the outskirts of Siddipet town. He took the Guard of Honour from the police personnel on the occasion. He also inaugurated the Integrated District Collectorate Complex which houses all the district offices at one location. He made District Collector Venkatram Reddy sit in his chair at the latter’s chambers in the Collectorate Complex and congratulated him on the occasion.
Soon after inaugurating the MLA camp office and Commissionarate, the Chief Minister inaugurated the Collectorate and took Mr Venkatarami Reddy to his chamber and made him sit on the seat. Soon after that, Mr. Venkatarami Reddy along with his wife and son touched the feet of the Chief Minister and sought his blessings.