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Andhra Pradesh government to build 1,400 temples in colonies of weaker sections

Andhra Pradesh government to build 1,400 temples in colonies of weaker sections


Endowments Minister Kottu Satyanarayana said the state government is planning to build 1,400 temples in colonies of weaker sections. He said that according to the instructions of the Chief Minister, an action plan has been prepared for the construction of temples.

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Published: Wednesday, November 30, 2022, 19:48 [IST]

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New Delhi, November 30: Endowments Minister Kottu Satyanarayana said that the state government is planning to build 1,400 temples in colonies of weaker sections. He said that according to the instructions of the Chief Minister, an action plan has been prepared for the construction of temples.

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Talking to media persons at the secretariat on Tuesday, the minister said that temples will be constructed in all the 26 districts. While the Endowments Department would build 1,060 temples, the Samarta Seva Foundation, a voluntary organization, came forward to build the remaining temples. He said that TTD would provide financial assistance of Rs 10 lakh for each temple. If people come forward to donate, then the government is ready to hand over the responsibility of building the temple to the villagers. He said that additional engineers would be recruited for the construction of the temples.

Satyanarayana said disciplinary action would be initiated against the erring temple staff and added that the executive officer of the Kanak Durga temple issued a memorandum to five officials for dereliction of duty. He said that as part of the ACB’s probe, the executive officer examined 15 employees and issued charge memos to five employees.

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Andhra Pradesh government to build 1,400 temples in colonies of weaker sections

Story first published: Wednesday, November 30, 2022, 19:48 [IST]

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