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Mission Bhagiratha water to Khammam by month end

Mission Bhagiratha water to Khammam by month endKhammam Zilla Parishad chairman Vasudeva Rao addressing the members
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Zilla Parishad chairman Vasudeva Rao informed that the works under Mission Bhagiratha intra-division in Khammam district are at the final stages. The...

Khammam: Zilla Parishad chairman Vasudeva Rao informed that the works under Mission Bhagiratha intra-division in Khammam district are at the final stages. The ZP chief reviewed the Mission Bhagiratha scheme and the issues related to supply of drinking water at the Praja Parishad's general meeting held at the Zilla Parishad conference hall on Tuesday.

Addressing the members, the ZP chief said, the Parishad would be able to provide clean and safe drinking water by the end of March under the Mission Bhagiratha Scheme in Khammam district. No new works were discussed and conclusions were made at the meeting due to model code of conduct in place for Lok Sabha polls.

Stating that all the 18 works estimated to cost Rs 10 lakh were taken from the Zilla Praja Parishad General Fund for the 2017-18 financial year, Rao said informed that the remaining works of Mission Bhagiratha would be launched soon. He said so far the works worth Rs 6.95 lakh were completed.

The ZPTC members of Wyra, Manuguru, Yellandu, Thallada and Bonakal brought the issues pertaining to supply of drinking water to the villages under the said areas and urged the officials concerned to take immediate steps to resolve the issues.

The ZP chief stated that the necessary action would be taken to contain illegal mining of sand and its transportation in the district.

Zilla Parishad Chief Executive Officer Priyanka, ZPTCs, MPPs, co-optive members, district officers of the respective departments and others participated in the general body meeting.

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