Hyderabad: On Saturday at the 100-year-old Monda MARKET at Secunderabad the streets were cleaned at break-neck speed, stray dogs caught by civic workers and manhole was opened to let in free-flowing sewage when K. Chandrasekhar Rao the Telangana Chief Minister came calling.
Mr. Rao who Arrives an hour after the designated time and interacted with several vegetable vendor at the market. He also enquired about prices with retailers as he passed by in the area, starting from the entrance near the Islamiah High School, till the old clock tower.
G. Ramesh, who runs a vegetable stall was elated on being asked by Mr. Rao about the current conditions in the market, he said, “He asked me the rate of Capsicum, which is sold at Rs 70 per kilo now. He asked my neighbour about the prices of other vegetables”.
He also said, “He told us that he will provide us air-conditioned to whole building”, he said.
Throughout the visit, a huge crowd followed Mr.Rao about the current conditions in the markets. “He asked me the rate of capsicum, which is sold at Rs 70 per kilo now. He asked my neighbour about the prices of the other vegetables”.
Mr. Rao also visited the old meat shops in the old market premises.