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Excise Minister Srinivas Goud reviews the implementation of urban action plan in Mahbubnagar

Excise Minister Srinivas Goud reviews the implementation of urban action plan in Mahbubnagar
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Excise Minister Srinivas Goud conducted ward-wise review meetings on the implementation of urban action plan programme launched in the Mahbubnagar...

Mahbubnagar: Excise Minister Srinivas Goud conducted ward-wise review meetings on the implementation of urban action plan programme launched in the Mahbubnagar municipality on Thursday.

District Collector Ronald Rose along with municipal authorities o accompanied the Minister and visited various wards in Veerannapet, Old Palamuru and also various colonies in the municipality and conducted meetings with the ward members and ward special officers.

They sought reports from the municipal officials regarding various programmes implemented as part of the urban action plan in their respective wards.

Speaking on the occasion, the Excise Minister said that the urban action plan programme must be implemented on par with the earlier 30-day rural action plan.

"Earlier, the rural action plan, which was taken up last month, had become a big success and it has moved the entire official as well as public machinery in the villages to bring a complete face change of villages. In a similar manner, the municipal authorities along with the cooperation of public in the wards and special officers in the respective wards must conduct day-to-day meetings and identify the problems and issues, and accordingly chart out action plan and implement it. Unlike in villages, the municipal regions are having good logistic support and it is not a big deal to make the urban action plan a big success. I wish that the urban action plan is implemented on par with the rural action plan and each and every ward be transformed into a clean and green zone in the Mahbubnagar municipality," observed the Minister.

The Excise Minister stressed that as part of the urban action plan, the municipal authorities must identify the old and dilapidated buildings and clear them.

Similarly, the open drains must be identified and action plan must be taken to address the sanitation issues. Jyothi, Shivaraj, Mallesh, Mousin, Sayed Sadatulla and others from Veerannapet took part in the review programme.

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