Rs 300 Crore Per Year For Warangal Development
Telangana minister K T Rama Rao today announced that Rs 300 crore would be spent annually on developing Warangal.
Hyderabad | 21st December 2020
Telangana IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao today announced that Rs 300 crore would be budgeted for the development of Warangal annually.
At a review meeting on the city, Rao also promised that the erratic drinking water supply plaguing the citizens would get resolved by next Ugadi, and instructed the concerned officials to employ 200 trained personnel to start working on the city's water supply systems.
He also asked the officials to prepare a special development plan for the city, and to take up the repairs of roads and drainage lines damaged in the recent floods on a priority.
He then lashed out at the BJP-led union government, and accused it of denying the state adequate funds for development.
"The Centre is not supporting the development of Telangana's cities, and has not released adequate funds to the state despite the TRS government’s repeated appeals. In this situation, it is up to the local officials and the government to make persistent efforts to take Telangana forward. In an important step towards this, the TRS government has decided to allocate Rs 10,000 crore to the all-round development of the state," the minister said.
He added that the Rs 10,000-crore projects would be implemented in a phased manner, and would be used to develop roads, sanitations systems, water supply systems and other civic amenities in the state.
Ministers E Dayakar Rao and Sathyavathi Rathod were among those present at the meeting.
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