Retired civil servants heap praise on Telangana Secretariat

At the invitation of Chief Secretary A Santhi Kumari and at the request of chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, a large number of retired All india Service officers and their families paid a visit to the BR Ambedkar Secretariat. They praised its grandeur and architecture. They got a peek inside the Chief Minister's office as well as the offices of other members of his cabinet and state authorities.
The Chief Secretary, who hosted a tea party in honor of the anniversary, gave a description of how the secretariat building came to be with all of its unique features in an astounding amount of time. A coffee table book about the welfare and development programs was also shown. Participating in the program were a sizable number of retired officers who had served from 1970 to the present. Among the distinguished guests were retired IAS officials Raymond Peter, AK Kutty, sujatha Rao, VP Jauhari, PC Parekh, KV Rao, rajeev Sharma, SK Joshi, jai Bharat reddy, Rastogi, Minni Mathews, AK Goyal, Dinakar Babu, G Sudhir, TS Apparao, and Raymond Peter.

The retired officers toured the recently built temple, mosque, and church on the secretariat grounds after posing for a group portrait in front of it. They all praised the State government for the beautiful building and expressed appreciation for how the State government carried out its different welfare schemes.
The chief secretary presented a PowerPoint presentation outlining the key events during Chandrashekhar Rao's nine-year administration. Special commissioner K ashok Reddy of the Department of Information and Public Relations delivered a film detailing the implementation of the development initiatives and welfare measures. Participants in this curriculum included senior state government IAS, IPS, and IFS personnel as well as special chief secretaries, principal secretaries, secretaries, and heads of several ministries.

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