KTR assures more jobs soon
The whirlwind tour of Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development K T Rama Rao witnessed various development works in Mahbubnagar...
Mahbubnagar: The whirlwind tour of Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development K T Rama Rao witnessed various development works in Mahbubnagar district on Monday.
Beginning his tour with Mayuri Park near Appanapally village, the Minister inaugurated open gym, archery sport, Makava Bird Enclosure, Hamsala Deevi, Herbal Garden, Currency Park and Jeep Cycle adventure sport for tourists at the Park.
Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said, “It is heartening to see that Mayuri Park is being developed as one of the largest and most modern ecotourism park with all facilities similar to the parks in Hyderabad. All credit goes to local MLA Srinivas Goud, who has been taking keen interest to develop the park. I assure in the coming days we will give all the required support to further develop Mayuri with all advanced equipments installed at the park.”
Later KTR took part in the foundation stone laying ceremony for the construction of Government Medical College at Tirumala Hills. He said the State government had sanctioned Rs 750 crore for the construction of the medical college. “With the construction of the government medical college, the medical aspirants in the district will be greatly benefited.
However some people are unable to digest the development activities by the government and are creating hurdles by putting litigations in the court. But we are determined to overcome all these hurdles and see that Mahbubnagar district will emerge as green belt in the State,” said K T Rama Rao.
Foundation stone for the construction of nine-kilometre stretch with a total cost of Rs 9,670 lakh was laid by the Minister. Later, he also took part in the inaugural works of Mini Tank Bund beautification at Pedda Cheruvu Bund in the district.
Apart from taking part in the land breaking ceremony of Integrated Collectorate building, which is being constructed with a cost of Rs 43.83 crore at Palakonda village on the outskirts of Mahbubnagar district headquarters, the Minister also laid foundation stone for G+2 housing at Adarshnagar near Kristanpally village.
The government is spending Rs 3,763 lakh for the construction of 710 houses. The Minister inaugurated the newly constructed 310 G+2 houses by Jaffer Begum, a beneficiary, who was selected by lucky draw.
KTR along with Health Minister C Laxma Reddy, MP Jitendar Reddy, local MLA Srinvias Goud, District Collector Ronald Rose and Joint Collector Killi Shiva Kumar Naidu took part in the foundation laying ceremony of Kalabharati Bhavan in Mahbubnagar Municipality, which is expected to be built with a cost of Rs 700 lakh.
KTR took jibe at the Congress for creating hurdles in every step taken by the State government for the development. The Minister said, “We had achieved several things in just three years, which Congress could not do in 50 years. This shows our commitment and determination towards development.
We are taking steps to generate more jobs in both public and private sectors to help the youth. We will not rest until we make Palamuru district migration-free and make it a green belt in the coming days by completing all the major irrigation projects in the district on war footing.”