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State back to normalcy: Governor

Thu 11th Mar 2010 06:42 AM
State back to normalcy: Governor
State back to normalcy: Governor

Unlike  the governors  in the past who were  confined to Raj Bhavan and  the  state  capital of  Hyderabad, present governor  ESL  Narasimhan is  keeping himself in  touch  with the people  of the state  by moving  along  with them to know them more.

On Thursday,  Narasimhan  reached Chittoor  for a  two-day  visit to the district.  He visited the  Rishivalley education Institution and  interacted with  children.

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Later he reached  the Horsely Hills and inaugurated suits at Governor's Bungalow. Speaking on the occasion, the  governor  said  ``the state is back to  normalcy with law  and  order being restored. This s  a good  sign for the  State  to make progress.’’ is  

After a brief refreshment at Horsely Hills, the Governor will proceed to Tirupati by helicopter from where he will leave for Tiruchanoor for paying obeisance to Goddess Padmavathi Ammavari temple.

As per  his tour schedule, the Governor will visit Tirumala hills towards  evening to offer prayers at Tirmula  Tirupati  Devasthanam.

After a night’s  rest in Tirumala, the Governor  will take part in the morning rituals at Tirumala temple. Later in the day  he will attend Annamacharya Vardhanthi programme (death anniversary) at Tirumala.

Before leaving for Hyderabad,  Narasimhan will attend the 50th annual convocation of Sri Venkateswara University as a Chancellor of the varsity on Mar 12.

In view of his visit, heavy security arrangements have been made in the district