KCR inspects Secretariat construction works

CM KCR is seen inspecting the ongoing works at new Secretariat complex

Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao has said that the construction of the new Secretariat should bring glory to the country and it should have a wonderful ornamental form with all its grandeur.


Examining the works at the site here today, the CM said that the new Secretariat should be constructed in such a way that it should long last for decades to come. He also examined the Red Sandstone, Beige sandstone, natural Beige sandstone, natural Gwalior stone models brought in from Rajasthan. He visited the southwest side by foot and examined the constructions works, quality of the pillars and beams. The CM made several suggestions to R&B Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy, representatives of the work agencies. 

Later, the CM reviewed the secretariat building complex issue at Pragathi Bhavan. “The Telangana state which we have achieved is making rapid strides in development and welfare activities and has become a role model for others in the country. Against this backdrop, we have to construct the state secretariat to reflect our self-respect and it should also become a role model for other states. The atmosphere in the secretariat should provide comfort both for the employees and visitors. Create wide inner roads, sprawling lawns with flower plants. Construct Dholpur stone laden Fountains like those near the Parliament and the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi. The Telangana Secretariat should have all the necessary beautification and comforts,” the CM said.

In the review programme, R&B Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy, MP J Santosh Kumar, Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar, Principal Secretary (R&B) Sunil Sharma, E-in-C Ganapathi Reddy, Government Advisor (Vaastu) Suddala Sudhakar Teja, Secretariat Work Agency representatives participated.