Special officer will be appointed for Sircilla Municipality: KTR
He also ordered the district officials to speed up the works.He visited Sircilla Rajanna district on Monday to lay foundations to different...
Sircilla: Expressing displeasure that the development works in the town were not meeting his expectations, Municipal Administration and IT Minister K Taraka Rama Rao said that a special officer will be appointed for Sircilla Municipality to make it the best civic body in the State.
He also ordered the district officials to speed up the works.He visited Sircilla Rajanna district on Monday to lay foundations to different development schemes at a cost of Rs 20 crore.
Speaking on the occasion, KTR stated that the special officer would prepare plans for the town development. Saying that the district must set an example for other districts in the State in terms of development, he asked the people also must participate in developmental activities.
They should form associations to take up responsibility of maintenance of parks in colonies along with keeping their surroundings clean and tidy.
The Minister said he would like the municipality in his constituency to be free of any problem before deciding the path for developing the 73 civic bodies in the State. ‘For achieving this I appeal to the people and officials to cooperate’.
Referring to the neighbouring Siddipet, KTR said that Siddipet has been underdeveloped for the past 25 years. It was with Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and Minister T Harish Rao, with their effective leadership and sustained efforts, Siddipet is racing ahead on development front. While praising the development achieved in Siddipet, he said ‘it should inspire us to move forward’.
KTR desired that the outer ring road around Sircilla and the internal roads should be completed as soon as possible so as to make them useful for future generations.
He ordered the officials of municipal department to take necessary steps for keeping check on the population of pigs under municipal limits.
Besides laying foundation for children‘s parks in Venkatarao Nagar and Sivanagar to be built at a cost of Rs 66 lakh, the Minister launched work of a storm water drain at Shantinagar bypass road costing Rs 2.2 crore. He commenced development works worth Rs 16.85 crore in Vemulawada and Rs 3 crore in Sircilla.
District Collector D Krishna Bhaskar, DCCB Bank Chairman Konduri Ravinder, SES Chairman Lakshma Reddy, Municipal Chairperson Samala Pavani and Market Committee President Chakrapani were present along with others.