M K Stalin, the chief minister of tamil Nadu, Tejaswi Yadav, the deputy chief minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, the chief minister of Jharkhand, hemanth Soren, and former chief minister of Karnataka, H D Kumaraswamy, are expected to attend the ceremony before addressing the sizable public rally at secunderabad parade grounds. Nobody is certain of what precisely occurred within the secretariat complex, and the authorities are attempting to keep the situation quiet.
The BRS officials originally made an effort to downplay the incident by claiming it was only a simulated drill, but they failed to explain why 11 fire tenders were dispatched so quickly to put out the fire. The administration ought to have released a press statement to that effect if it was only a practise exercise. However, they didn't. In fact, the fire department's director general, Y Nagi Reddy, and other top officials watched the entire firefighting effort but would not give the media any information. No one was allowed to enter the secretariat complex until the fire was put out despite the police cordoning off the whole area.
The dense smoke has turned the upper part of the structure, where the chief minister's office is, entirely black. One may wonder why the police forbade the congress leaders from entering the secretariat to investigate if nothing had occurred there. A group of Congressmen who attempted to enter the complex were detained. The chief minister wants the building to be dedicated on his birthday, thus it is thought that the fire disaster is a type of bad omen for him. It is uncertain whether he will hold the inauguration as scheduled or postpone it.