Telangana High Court Allows The Demolition Of Secretariat:- Despite of the number of cases filed, the Telangana High Court granted permission to the demolition of the state Secretariat. Telangana Chief Minister KCR wanted to demolish the old Secretariat and construct a new building with world-class features and perfect vastu. Soon after the High Court granted permission, the Telangana government started the process of demolition and 60% of the process got completed. A retired professor PL Vishweshwar Rao filed a petition in the High Court after which the court stalled the demolition process. The process of demolition is kept on hold till July 15th.
Earlier before this, the Telangana High Court also asked the Centre to submit a report about the issues related to the demolition. The petitioner said that the government violated all the rules. The Telangana High Court granted permission to demolish the Secretariat of Telangana again. It asked the government of Telangana to continue the process of demolition. The Telangana Secretariat was spread across 25.5 acres and had 10 blocks. The new Secretariat design was released by the Chief Minister's office and KCR also promised that it would have a temple, church and a mosque in the premises. The estimated cost of the construction of the new Secretariat is said to be Rs 500 crores.
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