The Chief Whip of Warangal, D Vinay Bhaskar, has announced that Kazipet has undergone extensive development over the past nine years. According to Vinay, previous governments in the undivided Andhra Pradesh did not make any effort to create amenities in the region. However, the current government has taken up numerous developmental projects in the area, including the construction of a second road over bridge (ROB) near Fathima Nagar at an estimated cost of Rs 75 crore to ease traffic congestion on the existing ROB that was constructed four decades ago. Vinay also listed out ongoing developmental works between Kazipet and SBH Colony worth Rs 6 crore and culvert works with an outlay of Rs 2.50 crore. He urged locals to cooperate with the administration to complete these developmental works as early as possible. Vinay also mentioned his focus on the welfare of petty vendors and plans to organise Atmeeya Sammelanams in Warangal West constituency. The BRS cadres belonging to 47, 62 and 63 Divisions of the Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation (GWMC) will hold their Atmeeya Sammelanam on April 8. Vinay assured BRS leadership will protect the interests of its cadres and urged them to reach out to people to explain the welfare and developmental works being carried out by the BRS government under the leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. Kakatiya Urban Development Authority (KUDA) former chairman Marri Yadava Reddy was among others present during the review of ongoing developmental works in Kazipet area.