Andhra Pradesh MLA builds temple and museum worth Rs 2 cr dedicated to CM Jagan Mohan

The ‘shrine’ has a gold statue of the CM and doubles up as a museum.  Named ‘Navartnalu Alayam’, it was recently inaugurated by MLA B Madhusudhan Reddy near Tirupati in Chittoor.

After PM Modi’s temple built by a Pune man, an Andhra Pradesh MLA of YSR Congress Party has erected a huge temple in Chittor district’s Srikalahasti and dedicated it to Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.

The temple-cum-museum in Srikalahasti is different as such structures have never come to the fore in recent times. It is not just the temple dedicated to the chief minister as it gives a complete picture of welfare schemes taken up by the Jagan government called “Navarathalu”. Indeed this temple has been adorned with a “Hall of Mirrors”, as it was designed by involving a few experts of neighbouring Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

“YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has outperformed several chief ministers in the country and his Navratnalu schemes have impacted the lives of over 5.65 crore beneficiaries across the state. As a staunch follower of the chief minister, my effort is to showcase his welfare measures,” Madhusudhan Reddy said.

The MLA reportedly used his funds and collected money from the leaders and the party activists for the purpose, according to information.

Though initially, this Navarathanlu Alayam estimated about Rs 10 lakh, its cost increased to around Rs 2 crore as it was finally developed into an enticing museum and nine schemes explained separately for a common man.

The temple also has a ‘Hundi’ which will receive ‘complaints’ about the Jagan Mohan government. Madhusudhan Reddy said he hoped that the temple would be one of the top tourist spots in the temple town of Srikalahasti.

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