Governor visits historic Warangal
- Appreciates monuments
- To be developed as tourist centre
HYDERABAD: Governor of the two States—Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, ESL Narasimhan has highly appreciated the great historic monuments in this district and said that Warangal would be developed as a Tourist Centre.
The Governor, as part of his two-day tour of the district, visited Bhadrakali and Ramappa Temples, Warangal Fort and the Thousand pillars Temple. Later, speaking to the media today, the Governor said that there was need to make the World know about the Great Kakatiya dynasty’s history. He said that the Mission Kakatiya taken up by the Telangana State Government is going on well and the Government is keen on developing the lakes, which would benefit the farmers of the State. It is the duty of the people to preserve and protect the lakes developed by the Government, he said.
The Governor said that Water Grid project works also would be started shortly. This would help provision of potable water to every house in the State. The Government was taking up many welfare programmes, he appreciated.
He said he was very happy to visit the district and its historic places. He recalled that 43 years back, he had worked as ASP in the district. (NSS)