Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today visited the Pancha Narasimha Kshetram Yadadri and reviewed the progress of Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple renovation works. The Chief Minister reached Yadagiri gutta by road from Hyderabad.
On arrival, he was received with Poornakumbham and temple honours by the archakas and officials. KCR visited the Balalayam and had darshan of the deity. Later, the archakas blessed him and offered teertha prasadams. He then visited the various on–going works along with Staparhi Velu, Ananda Sai and officials of Yadadri Development Authority.
The Chief Minister reviewed the development works since his last visit in September last year. He reviewed the works relating to greenery development, walking way of devotees, beautification of Mada streets, darshan complexes, queueline arrangements, brahmotsavam mandapam and other works.
KCR is keen on reopening of the renovated Temple on a grand scale and at an early date. The Yadadri development work was started in October 2016, at an estimated cost of Rs. 1200 crores. So far, Rs.850 crore was spent on the development projects. MLA G Sunitha, sculptors Velu and Anand Sai and officials were present.