He told them to complete the work in the remaining three months since the development has reached in its final stage. He informed that a total of Rs. 692 crores have been spent on the land acquisition, road construction and maintenance of the temple. Out of this, Rs. 235 crores have been spent just on the main temple work.
Chief Minister visited the temple on Saturday to review the progress of work. Here, he analyzed the development pace of the work and expressed his disappointment. He visited the main sanctum sanctorum area, which is said to be the resting place of Swamy Pushkarini. After this, he held a 4-hour review meeting with the officers.
He said that R&B Minister Prashanth Reddy will directly oversee the development works on a weekly basis. Chief Minister also urged officials to complete cottage industries design work and electric sub-stations work. He also advised making the Gandi Cheruvu down the main temple hall to be used during the boat festival.
He also directed officials to construct separate bathing places, changing rooms for men & women and make arrangements for the auto stands, parking, fire station, police outpost at the foothill.
Yadadri Devasthanam is also known as Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Temple. It is a Hindu temple situated on Yadagirigutta hillock of Telangana’s Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district. The temple is said to be a home of Narasimha, who is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
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