Telangana CM KCR asks officials to take steps for protection of park

 Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday directed officials to take steps for protection of the deer park at Vanasthalipuram in the city.

Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Friday directed officials to take steps for protection of the deer park at Vanasthalipuram in the city.

Rao, who held a review meeting on the deer park and the botanical garden in the city, told officials to construct a boundary wall and 'inspection path' to see that the deer park land is not encroached upon, a relase from his office said.

He suggested that a committee comprising those living near the deer park be appointed for its protection.

TRS MP from Bhongir B Narasiah Goud has agreed to give Rs 50 lakh from his funds for the cause of the park.

Rao also suggested that the botanical garden be developed further and a 'walk-way' constructed.

TRS MP from Chevella Konda Visveswara Reddy has agreed provide Rs 50 lakh for the garden, the release added.

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