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Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao will embark on a tour of districts, inaugurate three integrated collectorate complexes and a district police office besides laying the foundation stone for the proposed multi-superspeciality hospital in Warangal city.

The Chief Minister is also scheduled to visit his adopted village of Vasalamarri of Turkapally mandal in Yadadri Bhongir district and participate in several developmental programmes. All arrangements have been made for his visit to the village on June 22.

On Friday, he called up Vasalamarri sarpanch Anjaiah and instructed him to find two suitable places to organise a community lunch and also Grama Sabha to discuss plans for the development of Vasalamarri as a model village. He is scheduled to reach the village between 11 am and noon, following which he will participate in the community lunch, for which the entire village has been invited. Later, he will attend the Grama Sabha.

“Irrespective of caste, religion or political affiliation, the entire village population should be invited for both the programmes,” Chandrashekhar Rao told Anjaiah. He also accepted the sarpanch’s request to visit his house. The Chief Minister is also likely to visit the Yadadri temple to inspect the progress of works.

The Chief Minister has already revealed his plans to conduct district tours to personally inspect the implementation of developmental and welfare programmes, especially Palle Pragathi and Pattana Pragathi. He is scheduled to visit Siddipet district on Sunday where he will inaugurate the Integrated District Collectorate Complex and the District Police Office, followed by the camp office of Siddipet MLA. 

Later, he will head to Kamareddy where he will inaugurate the Integrated District Collectorate Complex and participate in various developmental programmes.

On June 21, Chandrashekhar Rao will visit Warangal city where he will inaugurate the Integrated Collectorate Complex and also lay the foundation stone for the much-awaited multi-super-speciality hospital on the premises of the Warangal Central Prison which was vacated. The hospital will be developed on the lines of All India Institute of Medical Sciences and the 24-storey structure will have state-of-the-art facilities including a helipad atop the building for air ambulances.



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