KCR Firm On Secretariat, OGH, Race Course
The CM confirmed his plans to construct a new Secretariat and two more buildings at the Osmania General Hospital, and shift the Race Course and the Chanchalguda jail.
Hyderabad | 28th January 2016
Reiterating his previous stance despite inviting the Opposition's wrath, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today announced that he would go ahead with his plans of constructing a new Secretariat and two more buildings at the Osmania General Hospital, and shifting the Race Course and the Chanchalguda jail to other places.
The TRS government was firm on its decision to construct a new Secretariat with top amenities, and on building two more terminals on the Osmania General Hospital premises for better health services, he said.
KCR announced that he would lay the foundation for the new Secretariat after the GHMC elections.
"We are also firm on shifting the Malakpet Race Course to the outskirts and the Chanchalguda jail to Cherlapalli," he said. "Our aim is to provide education, markets and other facilities for the Old City residents in the Malakpet area by shifting the race course and the jail."
The Chanchalguda prison would be shifted to a 90-acre plot identified in Charlapalli, KCR informed.
The Chief Minister also listed out his other plans including four new bus terminals, two railway stations, a few multi-layer level separators, skyscrapers to ease traffic and 50 multi-purpose parking places dotting the city.
It was decided to get GHMC a Rs 25,000-crore loan to rapidly implement the projects and schemes, he said.
"We will also take steps against corruption, land-grabbing and anti-social elements, and provide complete security to the people," he promised.
KCR also termed unfortunate the suicide in the Hyderabad Central University, and sought justice for the victim's family.
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