Kadiam Srihari unhappy over slow pace of GWMC works
Its time to speed up the developmental works grounded in Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation GWMC, Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari said,...
Hanamkonda: It’s time to speed up the developmental works grounded in Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation (GWMC), Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari said, expressing dissatisfaction over the progress of several developmental works.
Reviewing the works taken up in GWMC limits here on Monday, he said that in last two years the State government had sanctioned Rs 600 crore for the development of tri-cities of Warangal-Hanamkonda-Kazipet. This apart, the government also sanctioned funds for the development of roads, junctions etc at the behest of district administration and the GWMC, he added.
“Ensure the completion of works already grounded as early as possible,” Srihari directed the officials, further asking them to speed up the tender process to commence other works. The onus is on the District Collector and GWMC Commissioner to review the progress of works time to time to complete them in time, he said.
Referring to the work on road widening, footpath and drainage construction between Kazipet Diesel Colony and Peddammagadda, and Public Garden and Mulugu Road taken up with an estimated cost of Rs 44 crore, Srihari expressed unhappiness over the pace of works. He directed the officials to complete the works by October end.
Stressing the importance of team work, he told the electricity and revenue departments to coordinate with each other to avoid delay in carrying road widening and other works. Sanitation is other important issue the authorities need to focus, the Deputy CM said, instructing the civic body to ensure cleanliness in the city. Warangal Urban District Collector Amrapali Kata and Municipal Commissioner VP Gautham were among others present.