AP Govt likely to handover Secretariat complex today
The Andhra Pradesh government is likely to handover a major portion of the State Secretariat complex in its possession to Telangana government on Monday.
The neighbouring State government started vacating the premises ever since Governor E. S. L. Narasimhan gave proceedings asking the AP government to handover the secretariat buildings to Telangana. The AP government has already given up the K block on the ground that the structure, accommodating a bank, post office and a dispensary, is not being put to any use by it.
The L block housing the office of the Chief Minister has almost been vacated in the past two days as the AP government deployed adequate manpower to remove the electrical and electronic communication systems installed in the top floors. The J block on its part had been vacated ever since the then AP Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu left for Vijayawada three years ago.
The AP government has deputed officials from different departments hitherto functioning from the J block to pick up files and other material lying there and the work is said to be completed on Sunday.