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Chandrababu to Move to a Rented House

Published: 04th April 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th April 2015 04:26 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu’s family will be moving to a rented house located at Plot No 369/B, Road No 24, Jubilee Hills here in order to construct a new house for them at their present residence, located on Road No 65 in  Jubilee Hills.

The state government had recently given administrative sanction for release of Rs  73.50 lakh to provide solar power fencing and CCTV system for the temporary residence of Naidu.

In fact, Naidu had earlier decided to demolish his residence, situated at Jubilee Hills here, so at to construct a bigger one for his family. But, at that time they had postponed their plans as Naidu’s son Lokesh’s wife Brahmani was expecting a child. Now, with Brahmani giving birth to  their baby boy, Naidu’s family has decided to shift to the rented building located at Plot No 369/B, Road No 24, Jubilee Hills on on April 12.

“The present house, which Naidu feels is too congested and has some Vastu problems, will be demolished and construction work for a new building will start soon,” said a TDP leader.

 Naidu, according to sources, is planning to complete the construction of the new building in the next 15 months.

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