Remove High-Tension Wires Atop Houses: Harish
HYDERABAD: As a follow up of Swatch Hyderabad program, the state government today taken up few works related to civic amenities, drinking water and removal of high-tension wires at NBT Nagar in Banjara Hills area.
Irrigation Minister Harish Rao today laid foundation stones for various developmental works here along with TRS secretary general, Keshava Rao, and other leaders. He paid a visit to the area and participated in several developmental works.
Speaking on the occasion, Harish said that steps have begun to remove high-tension electric wires from atop the houses of the area by spending 1.30 crore rupees. The related work will be completed in one week to two weeks against the normal period of months, he said.
Drinking water facility would be provided to the locals by spending three crore rupees, for which the foundation stone would be laid, he said. The minister also said that they would take up developmental work every Sunday, and a women welfare building in 1200 sq yards of space would be constructed in the area.
He also announced that pensions and ration cards would be distributed amongst the eligible on June 7. The government will construct double bedrooms for the poor of Indira Nagar locality soon by spending 18 crore rupees, he stated. Related work would be taken up soon, he added.
Keshava Rao stated that it is the peoples’ government, which will address the problems of the denizens.
‘We are here to resolve all issues including basic amenities, roads, drinking water, roads and infrastructure’, he remarked. The previous Government failed to address the problems of NBT Nagar, he alleged. Now the TRS Government will address all of them in a phased manner. People should cooperate with the government to keep the city clean as part of Swacch Hyderabad, Keshava Rao added. (NSS)