K.T. Rama Rao, the Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister of Telangana, on the 2nd of April, inaugurated double bedroom houses at Tekulapally, Khammam district, Telangana.
Along with KTR, Roads and Buildings Minister V. Prashanth Reddy and Transportation Minister Puvvada Ajay, Municipal Commissioner Anurag Jayanthi, District Revenue Officer (DRO) R. Sirisha, Chief Planning Officer Mr. Srinivas, Executive Engineers Shyam Prasad and Chandramouli, Assistant Commissioner Malliswari, and District Panchayati Raj Officer (DPRO) Md. Yakub Pasha and others were present.
Under the new double house bedroom scheme, around 1,004 double bedroom houses would be given to the beneficiaries. The bedrooms were constructed at a cost of Rs. 60.20 crores. Besides double bedroom houses, the ministers also launched the anganwadi centres, a vegetable market complex near the houses and a newly constructed Telangana State Road Transportation Corporation (TSRTC) bus stand in Khammam at a cost of Rs. 25 crores. The bus stand would benefit the people of Khammam, who would get the newly constructed two bedroom houses. The newly constructed bus stand has 30 platforms with state of the art passenger amenities. After launching the bus stand, the minister addressed a gathering at the bus stand.
Mr. Rama Rao said, “The Government is striving for the welfare of the RTC workers. New bus stands will be constructed in all the towns if RTC could bring more profits.”
In addition to the aforementioned launches, KTR also laid the foundation for a second phase IT (information technology) Hub and four lane road works from Sri Sri circle to the new Collectorate. The IT hub-2 would be constructed with an estimated cost of Rs. 36 crores.
Other development projects in Khammam include municipal buildings with Rs 3.11 crores at Sathupally town. In addition, under the Mission Bhagirath to provide free water, KTR directed the district collector to supply water to 45,000 new households tap connections and 85,000 existing tap connections under Khammam Municipal Corporation limits. The scheme would be implemented with an expenditure of Rs. 223.95 crores.
All the aforementioned development projects in Khammam were worth Rs. 423.26 crores.