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    Ministers Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy and Tummala Nageswara Rao visited Khammam and its surrounding areas to start various development projects. They were joined by District Collector VP Gautam and Municipal Commissioner Adarsh Surabhi. The aim of these projects is to improve infrastructure and welfare facilities in the region.

    The Ministers laid the foundation stone for a new city library at the old municipality premises. They also laid the foundation stone for the Urban Primary Health Centre at Gandhi Chowk. Additionally, they were involved in the distribution of Kalyana Lakshmi and Shadi Mubarak cheques at the 37th division and Tirumalayapalem mandal parishad development office.

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    They inspected sites for the proposed construction of a permanent building for Government Medical College at Ballepalli in Khammam Urban mandal and Raghunathapalem on Wyra road. They also laid the foundation stone for the expansion of Khammam-Papatapalli R&B roads at Kamanchikal village, costing Rs 17 crore, and the expansion and strengthening of R&B roads at Pallegudem of Khammam Rural mandal, costing Rs 55 crore.

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