CM inaugurates Rs.36 Cr projects at Simhadripuram

On the second day of the three-day tour of YSR District, Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy inaugurated several development works worth Rs.36.03 crore at Simhadripuram near here on Sunday.

The Chief Minister launched the Rs. 11.6crore road widening and beautification works, the Rs. 5.5crore YSR Park developed in an extent of 1.5acres, the newly built police station worth Rs. 2 crore, the Rs. 3.19crore Tahasildar office, Rs. 3.16 crore MPDO office and other development works including the modernised Simhadri Junction.

He participated in the YSRCP local leaders’ meeting.
Earlier, the Chief Minister visited the YSR Ghat at Idupulapaya, garlanded the statue of his father and former Chief Minister Dr YS Rajasekhara Reddy. He also paid floral tributes at the Samadhi.

Besides holding a meeting with the Pulivendula Mandal YSRCP leaders, the Chief Minister, along with his mother YS Vijayamma and wife YS Bharathi Reddy, participated in the Christmas prayers held at the prayer hall at Idupulapaya.

YSR District in-charge Minister A. Suresh, MP YS Avinash Reddy, District Collector V. Vijaya Rama Raju and local people’s representatives also participated in the programme.