Route map ready for CM's Medak tour

Published: 24th September 2012 12:26 PM  |   Last Updated: 24th September 2012 12:26 PM   |  A+A-

The district administration has prepared the route map for the three-day tour of chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy in Medak district.

He will visit the district in the first week of October, as part of Indiramma Baata. The route map has been sent to the chief minister’s office for approval.

According to the schedule, the CM’s tour will begin at Patancheru constituency where he would inaugurate a 100-bedded hospital and leave for Chitkul village to open a model school.

Later, he would visit Kondapur, Sadasivapeta and Sangareddy mandals to lay foundation stones for several developmental works.

He would stay for the night at a government guesthouse in Sangareddy constituency. The next day, he would leave for Munipally in Andhole constituency and then proceed to Kohir, Zaheerabad and Jharasangam mandals.

Kiran would also tour Narayankhed via Manur in Narayankhed constituency and then leave for Peddasankarampeta, Alladurgam, Rangampet and Kolcharam to reach Medak town.

Later, he would visit Dubbak via Chegunta, Doultabad, Thogiti and Mirdhoddi in Dubbak constituency. The next day, Kiran Reddy will visit Siddipet, Gajwel and Narsapur constituencies.

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