Former minister Mohammed Ali Shabbir of Congress
HYDERABAD: The Congress on Wednesday demanded that ministry K Chandrasekhar Rao set the final-approved layouts of this new incorporated Secretariat complicated in public domain and also to reassure those that areas of worship could be rebuilt on its original website.
“Moreover, the people of Telangana have a right to understand exactly what this brand new secretariat complicated would look like from within and its facilities since the state government is going to be sent from this construction. It’s being constructed with public money and its layouts and details must be held in public domain,” required former minister Mohammed Ali Shabbir of their Congress.
He hailed the jumps of CM KCR within the need produced by the Congress for reconstruction of those areas of worship in their original websites.
“Although the CM apologised for its demolition of areas of worship and stated that a new mosque and a temple could be assembled, he hasn’t clarified whether such places of worship could be assembled on their initial sites,” said Shabbir Ali.
Referring to CM KCR’s review meeting held on Tuesday to finalise the layouts for its new secretariat complicated, Shabbir Ali reported the press release delivered by the chief minister’s office didn’t mention a word about re-construction of places of worship.
“The demolition of areas of worship was planned, rather than accidental according to CM KCR within his announcement. “There is not any question of altering the mosque to other site. We can’t encourage construction of any building by demolishing the areas of worship,” Shabbir Ali stated.
He condemned the stand taken from MIM President and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi and stated that the people won’t ever forgive him for encouraging CM KCR over demolition of mosques. The Congress would shortly announce a series of agitations from the demolition of places of worship,” he added.