Hyderabad, May 20 (Hydnow): Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will unfurl the national flag in connection with Telangana State Formation Day on June 2 at Public Gardens. He will also pay tributes to the Martyrs at the Telangana Amaraveerula Stupam at Gun Park on the occasion.
At a meeting held today, Chief Secretary instructed the Police department to make necessary security and traffic arrangements from May 27 till June 2. He said the R&B officials were asked to make arrangements for barricading, security lighting and sun shades as per feasibility. Similarly the I&PR department was directed to install public address system and LED screens at the venue. The GHMC was directed to arrange for cleaning, levelling, watering and maintenance of sanitary and hygienic conditions.
It was also decided to ensure supply of drinking water, provision of uninterrupted power supply and arrangement of ORS packets. The cultural department will organise a Kavi Sammelan in the evening at Ravindra Bharathi on that day, Chief Secretary said.
Mahender Reddy, DGP, Arvind Kumar, Spl. CS, MA&UD, Sunil Sharma, Spl. Chief Secretary, Energy, Ravi Gupta, Prl. Secretary, Home, SAM Rizvi, Secretary, Health, Lokesh Kumar, Commissioner, GHMC, Danakishore, MD, HMWSS&B, Arvinder Singh, Addl. Secretary, Protocol, G. Raghuma Reddy, CMD, TSSPDCL, M. Hari Krishna, Director, Culture attended. (Hydnow)
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