KCR to Use SIB Building for Official Purpose

Published: 06th September 2014 06:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th September 2014 06:09 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will use the SIB office building besides his present camp office for official purpose.

Dismissing the reports that the Chief Minister will change his camp office again by moving from the present Begumpet office, official sources in the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) told Express that the Chief Minister will also use the SIB building.

Currently, the building once used by SIB is vacant. The SIB vacated the building recently. During the division of the State and allocation of building space, the SIB office was allotted to AP. However, changes that took place later, the SIB office building was allotted to Telangana State.

Now, the TS Chief Minister will use the SIB building for the office purpose. Raising Vastu objections, KCR rejected the front building of the Begumpet camp office.

 “The entry between the front building and the back building was closed. Now, the vastu is perfect for the back building, which is currently under use by Rao,” an official said.

The officials also requisitioned for another building near SIB office, the judges quarters. If the judges quarters too was vacated, then it would also be used by the Chief Minister for office purposes.  The present building of Begumpet camp office under possession of KCR will be used as an official residence, official sources said.

Meanwhile, official sources told Express that the vehicles being used by the Chief Minister will be painted white. All the six vehicles used for Chief Minister’s convoy are in black colour now.


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