The Chief Minister Sri K Chandrashekhar Rao Visit to Siddipet and inaugurated MLA Camp Office, Police Commissionerate Building and Integrated District Offices Complex



PRESS RELEASE-1 DATE: 20-06-2021


Another historical administrative milestone has been unveiled by Chief Minister Sri K Chandrashekhar Rao. Under the self-rule, on Sunday, good governance has made another qualitative step forward in Siddipet and Kamareddy

The Telangana state government with a lofty aim of taking the fruits of separate statehood to the doorsteps of the people had bifurcated the old districts and created 33 new districts. It had undertaken the unique task, which no other state government ever did in the country, of constructing integrated Collectorates at the district Headquarters and set up special police offices for the senior police officials.

To make the government employees who are playing a key role in creating Bangaru Telangana and to increase their involvement, Collectorate complexes were constructed at the district headquarters in a beautiful, peaceful and comfortable environment. MLA camp offices are also coming up so that MLAs are accessible to the people in the constituencies.

The CM on Sunday in Siddipet district headquarters inaugurated the integrated district  offices Complex, District Police Commissionerate complex and MLA Camp Office. With this, the Telangana State government has become a role model for the administrative reforms in the country.

CM’s Siddipet Visit

–CM Sri KCR reached Siddipet at 12 Noon traveling by a helicopter from Hyderabad.

–The CM inaugurated the MLA Camp Office along with Minister Sri T Harish Rao, MPs, MLAs and other public representatives.

–The CM affectionately interacted with the Siddipet people and other prominent personalities, he had enquired about their well-being calling them by their names. The CM also took a group photograph with them.

—The love and affection of Siddipet people reflected the way people raised slogans like Jai KCR and Jai Telangana. The people’s affection had no limits.

–From there, the CM reached the Police Commissionerate at Rampally outskirts in Kondapaka Mandal to inaugurate the complex. The Telangana Special Police Band welcomed him.

—After taking the customary police guard of honour, the CM inaugurated the Commissionerate. He went around the complex and examined it. The CM expressed satisfaction over the quality of construction.

—Later when the CM reached Duddeda outskirts in Kondapakamandal in Siddipet district to inaugurate the Collectorate, he was accorded a traditional welcome with Vedic Chants.


—Later the CM inaugurated the Collectorate and also opened the Collector’s Chamber and blessed District Collector Sri Venkatram Reddy.

—The CM congratulated the building architect and her team for constructing the complex with spacious corridors, cross ventilation and maintaining the beauty and quality. He was impressed with the work done by Architect Ms Usha Reddy and said, “You are daughter of Telangana and I am proud of you!”

–The CM felicitated Officials incharge of the construction Sri Ganapathi Reddy, Suddala Sudhakar Teja, representatives of Shapoorji Palllomji, R&B Minister Sri Vemula Prashanth Reddy, Chief Secretary SrI Somesh Kumar, and Collector Sri Venktramreddy with shawl and a memento.


–The CM later addressed them at the Collectors Conference Hall.

In this regard, the CM explained with examples about several administrative reforms the government is implementing, implementation of the welfare schemes, and how these schemes are helping the people. He touched upon each and every scheme by its name, scope and results. The CM also explained about Dharani and other schemes, which are brought into clean Agriculture, irrigation water, drinking water, education and Revenue sectors and how the schemes are helping the people. The CM mentioned about each and every scheme with name asked the gathering whether they want the scheme or not? People made it clear to the CM and unanimously said that these schemes should be continued as they are proving to be very beneficial to them. The CM made it clear that he had brought in so many schemes for the long-term benefit of the people and these schemes can never be changed even if a new government comes in the State. The CM’s detailed speech was dotted with jokes, quick wit and several anecdotes and people enjoyed it thoroughly.

The CM also explained in detail about Mission Kakatiya, Mission Bhagiratha, Kaleswaram Projects, RythuBandhu, Rythu Bhima, Kalyanalaxmi, Shadi Mubarak, KCR Kits and other schemes tracing the historical back ground and in-depth reasons to launch them.

The CM said he always identifies himself as true son of Siddipet. The CM also explained on how as an MLA during the united AP rule, how he faced problems to get people water for irrigation, drinking water purposes and supply of power. The CM also explained about the qualitative change Telangana had undergone from the united AP rule to till now. In his two-hour long speech, the CM became very emotional while recalling the past. The CM reiterated his journey would not be stopped till Bangaru Telangana is achieved.

Ministers Sri T Harish Rao, Sri Mehmood Ali, Sri Vemula Prashanth Reddy, MP Sri K Prabhakar Reddy, CS Sri Somesh Kumar, DGP Mahender Reddy,  MLAs Sri V Satish, Sri RasamayiBalkishan, Sri Raghunandan Rao, MLCs Sri Fareeduddin, Sri Raghotham Reddy, Siddipet Collector Sri Venktramreddy, police Commissioner Sri Joel Davis, State Forest Corporation Chairman Sri V Pratap Reddy, State Civil Supplies Corporation Chairman Sri M Srinivas Reddy, SC, ST Commission Chairman Sri Errolla Srinivas, Telangana Sahitya Academy Chairman Sri Nandini Sidhareddy, CM OSD Sri Desapathy Srinivas, IDC Chairman SrI E Sankar Reddy, State Finance Corporation Director Sri G Rajesham Goud, Police Housing Corporation Chairman Sri Damoder Gupta, Home secretary Sri Ravi Gupta, Tourism development Corporation Chairman SrIUppala Srinivas Gupta, district officials, local public representatives and TRS leaders attended.

The CM later left for Kamareddy.


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