Sources from Telangana stated that after Pragathi Bhavan in Hyderabad, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has got another bullet proof residence. Meanwhile the new house or the camp office is under construction in Gajwel town from where he elected MLA in 2014 elections.
Meanwhile when alerted by the naxal threat, government decided to equip the camp office cum official residence of KCR with bullet proof facility in Gajwel. According to sources all the windows will be fitted with bullet proof doors. Moreover special barricades will be erected at the CM's camp as part of security measures.
Furthermore for this, government allotted Rs 2 crore additionally. Rs 50
lakh will be alone spent on bullet proof facility. The construction of the
office was in progress and complete in two months and according to sources
the installation of bullet proof windows and doors in the Hyderabad
residence triggered national debate and the opposition parties also made hue
and cry on the issue last year.
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