KCR taking revolutionary steps in developing Telangana: Srihari
The Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao, is taking revolutionary steps towards development of Telangana, said Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari. He laid foundation stone for integrated Warangal urban collectorate complex at the existing collectorate at Subedari in Hanamkonda on Wednesday.
Hanamkonda: The Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao, is taking revolutionary steps towards development of Telangana, said Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari. He laid foundation stone for integrated Warangal urban collectorate complex at the existing collectorate at Subedari in Hanamkonda on Wednesday.
Addressing the gathering, he stressed on the need for all the legislators in the district to make collective efforts for the development of the district. The State government was giving greater importance to Warangal city and the district in view of its historic significance. The legislators should strive to uphold such uniqueness and to develop the district in accordance with the CM’s aspirations.
Within 44 months of its formation, Telangana State is attracting the attention of the country as it was witnessing tremendous development and stood at number one place. The government has sanctioned funds for the construction of new collectorate buildings in 26 districts in the State, Srihari noted.
Assembly Speaker S Madhusudhana Chary said that the districts reorganisation was meant for the growth of all sections and places in Telangana. The government was drawing inspiration from Kakatiya rulers in ensuring all round progress.
Roads and Buildings Minister T Nageshwar Rao informed that the new collectorate building would be completed within a year. He assured to sanction Rs 4 crore additionally for ensuring extra facilities at the complex as requested by the District Collector Amrapali Kata.
He asked the officials to monitor construction works regularly and to maintain quality.
Finance Minister E Rajender pointed out that Telangana growth rate was surprising all and topping the country in terms of development. The government was making efforts to uphold the dignity of all sections in the society with its development and welfare programmes.
Karimnagar MP B Vinod Kumar recalled his father’s working days at the existing collector’s office while Rajya Sabha member V Lakshmikantha Rao said the government was delivering every promise made in the election manifesto.
Local MLA D Vinay Bhasker, who presided over the foundation laying ceremony, said the CM has personally monitored the new collectorate designing work. MLA K Surekha wanted special facilities for women employees at the new collectorate.
Amrapali, the first Collector of Warangal Urban district, explained the history of the old collectorate. ZP chairperson G Padma, MLAs T Rajaiah, A Ramesh, Ch Dharma Reddy, Commissioner of Police G Sudheer Babu, Mayor N Narender, Municipal Commissioner Shruti Ojha, R&B engineer-in-chief I Ganapathi Reddy and others were present.