Hyderabad, Jan. 27 -- Telangana chief minister A Revanth Reddy is scheduled to visit Indravelly, where he will lay the foundation stone for a one-acre 'smritivanam' and is planning to offer prayers at the Nagoba temple in Keslapur.

Revanth will be the first chief minister to visit Indravelly post the tragic 1981 massacre against Adivasis.

This visit, which is expected to take place on January 28 or 29, will also mark his first public meeting in the area since becoming chief minister.

The visit is also expected to kick off the election campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

The construction of the 'smritivanam' was a promise made by Revanth after coming to power, and its realization is now underway following the necessary appro...