Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan will arrive in Hanamkonda on a two-day visit to the erstwhile Warangal district on Monday. She will lay foundation stone for extension block of Thallasemia centre and interact with the members of Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS). The Governor will also visit the historic Thousand Pillar temple, Bhadrakali temple, and, Fort Warangal. Tamilisai would leave for Bhupalpally district on Tuesday by road. She will visit Bodagudem village in Kataram mandal. She will also visit ancient Kaleshwara Mukteswara temple before leaving for Kaleshwaram lift irrigation project.

She will visit Saraswathi barrage constructed as part of Kaleshwaram project. Governor on Wednesday will visit cloth bags manufacturing by self help group women in Basanthnagar.

Later, Tamilisai will arrive in Peddapalli town to inspect Sabala Sanitary Napkins Manugacturing unit. Then she will tour in Kasulapalli village of Peddapalli mandal to examine the implementation of ‘pancha sutra’. After the Governor inspects Nandimedaram pump house constructed as part of the 6th package of Kaleshwaram project in Dharmaram mandal, she will leave for Hyderabad after lunch.

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