The coal town Bhupalpally has turned into the festive mode with huge flexi boards, buntings and arches, and pink flags put up all over town on the eve of the visit of IT minister Mr K T Rama Rao.
He would be inaugurating and laying a foundation worth Rs 275.95 crore in the district. Officials made grand arrangements for the purpose.
Mr K T Rama Rao would be inaugurating Jyothirao PHle girls hostel; inaugurate Tehsildar office at Mulugu Ghanpur; inaugurate 992 Singareni quarters, BRS office, 960 double-bed room housing; R&B guest house and lay the foundation for the mini stadium in the town.
The small Bhupalpally village has now turned into a major town after the Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) started its mining operations decades ago. The population grew and new housing colonies and shops and establishments came up. Now this is one of the fastest growing towns in Telangana.
The BRS MLA Gandra Venkataramana Reddy, ZP chairperson Gandra Jyothi and a host of leaders were eagerly waiting for the visit of Mr K T Rama Rao. The party cadre was jubilant as the town is witnessing a slew of development programmes.
Mr Rama Rao would also be addressing a public meeting at mini stadium where he is likely to list out the achievements of the BRS government and its future plans for the Bhupalpalli development.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao