Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao shifted to his new and fully-Vasthu residential bungalow at Begumpet on Thursday after house warming ceremony.
The bungalow is spread over nearly nine acres of land. It is constructed at a cost of nearly Rs 50 crore and is considered to be one of the largest official-cum-residential complexes in the country.
The complex has been constructed by Mumbai-based realty major Shapoorji Pallonji. KCR along with his wife Shobha performed the house-warming ceremony with Vedic rituals under the auspices of seer Chinna Jeeyar Swamy.
The official building complex, comprising five different buildings including the residential bungalow of the chief minister, CMO, conference hall and the existing two buildings which have been named as Pragati Bhavan.
"The conference hall, named as Janahita, with a seating capacity of 500, will be used by KCR to hold meetings with various sections of people to express the government’s policies and programmes and examine their implementation," the spokesperson said.
According to Suddala Sudhakar Teja, the Vasthu advisor to the chief minister, the new residential complex was designed in such a way that it would provide positive vibes not just for KCR, but for any chief minister who would stay there in future.
“The new complex has a lot of greenery and ventilation. Moreover, the earlier CM’s residence-cum-camp office had little space for the chief minister to meet the people or hold meetings with his officials. We have ensured that all such hassles are removed in the new building,” Teja told HT.
The new complex also has high security features, comprising high-rise compound wall, windows made of bullet-proof glasses both in the official and residential quarter and closed circuit television cameras. Around 50 security personnel, counting those from the intelligence wing, would be overseeing the complex round the clock.
(Video Source: NTV Telugu)
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BY M. DIVYA SRI