Consequent to the two day review meeting on the Yadadri temple development held on Sunday and Monday the concerned officers have initiated steps for implementation of various measures as suggested by Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao. Steps have been initiated to draw and chalk out the Yadadri temple city master plan. In the review meeting held on Monday for nearly eight hours, Hon’ble Chief Minister gave many suggestions to include in the proposed master plan.
Chief Minister said that, in the 75 acres near the main hill activities concerning most important and emergency services are to be located. As part of this facility, for Cars parking in 30 acres, for Buses parking in 10 acres and in the remaining 35 acres Bus Depot, Bus stand, Police, Fire service, Commercial complex and a Food court need to come up said Chief Minister.
Similarly in the 25 acres near the temple area a flower garden and in another 50 acres a Kalyana Mandapam (Marriage Hall) and a Discourse centre are to be built said Chief Minister. Mr Rao has also suggested that, an efficient drainage system from the hill top to down as well as a treatment plant for garbage disposal to be developed.
Chief Minister said that, to ensure easy darshan of the lord and in fixed times meant for various types of darshans a soft ware to be developed with the help of information technology. In order to provide better facility for stay of visiting devotees and pilgrims to yadadri, treating it as a priority item, 100 AC rooms, 100 Non AC rooms as well as three dormitories are to be constructed said Chief Minister. He said that, many donors are coming forward for construction of cottages and as such it requires detailed programme of action and guidelines in this regard. In order to ensure uniformity Chief Minister suggested five different cottages of accommodation namely at a cost of Rs.5 lakhs, Rs.10 lakhs, Rs.25 lakhs, Rs.50 lakhs and Rs.1 crore.
He suggested that, these are to be named after the donors and are to be managed by Yadadri Temple Development Authority (YTDA). Chief Minister also suggested that a multi level car parking for 2000 vehicles to be constructed on the hill and from the car parking place to reach the hill top escalators are to be provided.
Chief Minister said that in view of the decisions taken to put up 108 feet statue of Lord Hanuman in Yadadri a team of experts will have to visit China to study the models of tallest statues prepared there.
In accordance with the suggestions made in the review meeting and decisions taken concerned officers of Endowments, Roads and Buildings, Revenue, Forest and Temple architects have started work by visiting the proposed areas near the temple. Special Secretary to Chief Minister K. Bhupal Reddy is coordinating the activities and discussing with concerned officers for early action.