Rs 10-cr Brahmin Bhavan in Hyd
- CM announces in Archaka meet at WL
- Jeeyar Swamy hails KCR’s rule
- KCR assures slum dweller of welfare measures
Hyderabad, January 10: China Jeeayar Swamy here on Friday said Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was going ahead with determination and commitment for State’s development.
Participating in Archaka Samakhya meeting at Hanmakonda in Warangal district, China Jeeyar Swamy stressed the need for protecting Indian culture and traditions for the posterity. He also advised the State government to take every care for protecting old temples, development and welfare of those in the Archaka field. The Swamyji exuded confidence that Chief Minister KCR would definitely develop the State on all fronts.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister announced construction of a Brahmin Bhavan in the capital city at a cost of Rs 10 crore and would also take up all possible measures for the cause and well-being of Archakas in the State. Stating that he has blessings of China Jeeyar Swamiji since two decades, the Chief Minister said the government would follow the suggestions made by Swamiji to protect temples and take steps for welfare of Archakas.
Claiming that for the first time they have set up Dharmika Parishat, the Chief Minister said Warangal City is noted for rich ambience of promoting devotion, culture and tradition besides protecting social values. “Peace will prevail when we practise and promote these things”, he said. Alleging that previous governments had utterly neglected the welfare of Archakas, KCR said his government would take all measures for their cause.
Later, the Chief Minister visited slums in the city and assured people to provide food security cards and permanent houses and other basic amenities. (NSS)