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    Mahbubnagar District Collector B Vijayendira Boi visited the newly constructed double bedroom housing colony at Maulali Gutta in Mahbubnagar town. The colony has 672 double bedroom houses and is part of an initiative to provide quality living spaces for residents.

    The District Collector inspected the 28 blocks of G+2 structures built by the Engineering Department of the Housing Department. Each block has 24 houses, with eight double bedrooms on each floor. The construction project was completed in two phases, with 588 houses finished in the first phase and an additional 84 in the second phase, totaling 672 houses.

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    During the inspection, the District Collector received updates from the Executive Engineer of the Housing Construction Department, Bhaskar, and AE Vijay Kumar. They provided information on the construction progress and house allocations. Out of the 672 houses, 588 have been assigned to beneficiaries, with handover procedures still pending.

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    Housing Construction Executive Engineer Vidyam Bhaskar informed the Collector that proposals totaling Rs. 7.8527 crore have been submitted to the government for essential infrastructure facilities in the colony. This includes funds for electricity supply, drinking water, sewerage systems, and internal roads.

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    The District Collector instructed officials to expedite all pending works on the double bedroom houses to ensure timely completion. These inspections are crucial due to allegations of misappropriations and rule violations under the previous government regarding the allocation of double bedroom houses to ineligible individuals.

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