Bhadrakali Lake inaugurates a new boat facility.

In Warangal, the tourism sector has received a significant boost during the tenure of the BRS government, as Chief Whip D Vinay Bhaskar highlighted. He spoke at the inauguration of a new boating facility at Bhadrakali Lake on a Friday. Vinay Bhaskar noted that the government had allocated Rs 30 crore for the development of Bhadrakali Temple and Rs 75 crore for the improvement of the Bund. Additionally, efforts were made to develop Padmakshi and Jain temples in the region.

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Vinay Bhaskar expressed optimism that Hanumakonda, renowned for its cultural, educational, IT, and healthcare sectors, would soon transform into a tourism hub due to the immense tourism potential within the erstwhile Warangal district. He emphasized the government’s commitment to enhancing recreational amenities in the city. Vinay Bhaskar instructed tourism officials to establish a meditation center on a rock situated in the middle of Bhadrakali Lake. He also pledged to advocate for the implementation of a sound and light show at the Thousand Pillars Temple.

At another event, Vinay Bhaskar praised the State Government’s balanced approach to development and welfare, which has positioned Telangana as a model state in the country. He pointed out the state’s comprehensive progress in areas such as irrigation, education, healthcare infrastructure, and power generation under the leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, making it a source of emulation for other states.

Regarding the development of the Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation (GWMC), Vinay Bhaskar stated that each division had received an allocation of Rs 10 crore. This stands in stark contrast to the days of united Andhra Pradesh when even an entire constituency struggled to secure Rs 5 crore for developmental initiatives.

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