HYDERABAD: President Draupadi Murmu on Monday arrived in Hyderabad for a five-day southern sojourn. She will stay at Rashtrapati Nilayam in Bolarum till December 30.
After embarking Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Shamshabad, President left for Srisailam in Andhra Pradesh by a helicopter.
After visiting Srisailam temple and partaking in various programmes, she will return to Hyderabad in the evening and reach Rashtrapati Nilayam in Secunderabad for stay till December 30. This is President's prime visit to Telangana after she was elected to the top post in July.
Her programmes in the city in 5 days include a visit to Keshav Memorial School at Narayanguda in the morning and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy at Shivrampally in the afternoon of December 27 to interact with students, IPS trainees and faculty respectively at the two institutions.
On December 28, President will embark Bhadrachalam temple in the morning and Ramappa temple in the afternoon. She will also visit G. Narayanamma College of Engineering for Women at Shaikpet to interact with students and teachers on December 29. In the evening on the same day, she will visit the statue of Ramanujacharya at Muchintal.
Murmu will address a meeting of Anganwadi and ASHA workers at Kanha Peace Park in Rangareddy district on December 30. She will also launch the 150th birth anniversary celebrations of Sri Ramachandra Mission founder, Ramachandra Maharaj by unveiling ‘Har dil dhyan, Har din dhyan’ plaque at the same venue to mark the occasion. Her programme will culminate with the traditional lunch in her honour at Raj Bhavan before flying back to Delhi.