TS govt to spend ₹55,000 cr on Hyderabad, other corporations

Our Bureau Hyderabad | Updated on July 08, 2018 Published on July 08, 2018

In the next three years, the Telangana government plans to spend ₹55,000 crore on development projects in Hyderabad and other corporations in the State.

This was disclosed by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao after a review meeting on infrastructure facilities in towns and cities.

At ₹45,000 crore, the bulk of the proposed sum will be spent on the State capital, at ₹15,000 crore every year. The remaining ₹10,000 crore will be earmarked for the development of other corporations. “The urban Telangana programme should taken up on a mission mode,” he said.

Rao had also directed the officials to prepare an action plan in this regard. Stating that illegal layouts will be taken seriously, the Chief Minister said regularising them will be done away with.

Efforts are to be made to keep the tanks clean. The reservoirs of Gandipet, Himayatsagar and Hussainsagar will be filled with water from the Godavari, he added.

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Published on July 08, 2018
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