Madepalli shortlisted for textile park
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, who conducted an aerial survey for the proposed Textile Park in the vicinity of district headquarters and outer ring road on Monday, directed the officials to submit a detailed report on the recommended locations for establishing the park.
Warangal: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, who conducted an aerial survey for the proposed Textile Park in the vicinity of district headquarters and outer ring road on Monday, directed the officials to submit a detailed report on the recommended locations for establishing the park.
The CM during a review meeting at the district collectorate proposed setting up an international standard Textile Park with all required amenities and to manufacture a wide-range of garments as such sarees, bed sheets, and readymade dresses at one place. He also wanted a township to be built at the park.
The district administration suggested a list of sites at Madipelli having an availability of 500 acres land at Ananthasagar and Jaigiri, 278 acres at Vangapahad, 312 acres at Panthini and 145 acres at Chinna Pendial village. KCR directed officials to conduct a feasibility study for setting up industries in 6,000 acres of reserve forest land at Jakaram and in 3,000 acres at Devnoor.
He also wanted a survey for 73 km-long outer ring road around Warangal city and development of 100 to 150 feet radial roads be conducted. It was proposed to construct multi-level bridges at five junctions on the ring road and to widen the existing roads NIT to Arepally; Public Gardens to Hasanparthy, Rampur to Hanamkonda Chowrastha, Pochamma Maidan to Dharmaram among others to meet the future needs. Referring to Kakatiya Festival, the CM told the officials to design a week-long celebrations and also celebrations in all the Telangana districts.
The festival would tentatively be held in February month and the dates would be announced later. It was decided to invite the heir of Kakatiya rulers, Kamalchandra Banjdev for the festival which would be held on the lines of Mysore Dassera Festival. Festivals in memory of poets Pothana and Palkuriki Somanathudu would also be held.
Assembly Speaker S Madhusudhana Chary, deputy minister Dr T Rajaiah, minister A Chandulal, T Nageshwar Rao, J Krishna Rao, government representative Ramachandru T, MPs and MLAs, ZP chairperson G Padma, district collector G Kishan and other officials were present.