CM KCR for comprehensive development of Kondagattu temple

Telangana CM KCR who visited Kondagattu, the popular shrine of Lord Hanuman in Jagtial district, has discussed a detailed plan for the comprehensive development of the temple. KCR said that the funds were not a constraint and the government was ready to spend to any amount. Recently, the government has sanctioned Rs. 100 crores for the temple.

After offering special prayers at Sri Anjaneya Swamy temple, CM KCR held an extensive review meeting with the officials on the renovation project to be taken up at this holy site. KCR suggested the officials to make Kondagattu a world-class spiritual destination and transform it into the largest Hanuman shrine in the country.

He instructed the officials to expand the temple in around 850 acres and develop the ghat road without leaving any scope for accidents. A huge wall, pushkarini, kalyana katta, koneru, annadana satram, large parking space in 86 acres, etc. are some of the works on the anvil.

CM KCR said that the place should be developed with all required facilities and should not cause any inconvenience to the Hanuman Deeksha devotees and Hanuman Jayanthi should be celebrated on a grand-scale. 

Adding that if the facilities are improved, the footfall of devotees will automatically increase, KCR said he would visit the temple again and review the renovation works.

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