On Monday scheduled of KCR the Telangana Chief Minister is to visit Warangal district to conduct aerial survey of the demarcated area for the proposed ring road and to hold review meet on works related to Textile Park.
The Chief Minister may review other development projects such as Mission Kakatiya and industrial corridor in Warangal district. He would also visit Chintagattu and Jayagiri villages where the Textile Park is proposed to be set up.
KCR will be accompanied by Deputy Chief Minister T Rajaiah, Minister A Chandu Lal and local legislators.In this month it is 2nd visit of Rao and Overall it will be Rao’s 3rd visit to Warangal district after he assumed charge as the CM.
On Sunday arrangements were made at University Arts College grounds in Hanamkonda for helipad and police department are fully geared up for Chief Minister visit.
On Saturday to review the arrangements for KCR’s visit Deputy CM Rajaiah chaired a meeting with MPs K Srihari and A Seetaram Naik, MLAs, District Collector G Kishan, Joint Collector Pausumi Basu and other district officials.
And he also said that the details of land required and the land available for ring road will be presented during the meeting.
The Collector told the officials of the Roads and Buildings Department and National Highway Authority to put up flags covering the proposed ring road stretch thus enabling the CM to examine it during his aerial survey.
Warangal (West) MLA D Vinay Bhasker said it was being planned to erect a 100-feet tall pylon commemorating Kakatiya Mission at Vaddepalli tank built by Kakatiya rulers in Hanamkonda.
At district headquarters the bottom line is that various stretches of roads full of potholes were spruced up and a fresh layer of asphalt has been laid much to the joy of local citizens.