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    Minister G Kamalakar inspecting pedestrians or vehicles islands works in Karimnagar on Tuesday

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    Minister G Kamalakar inspecting pedestrians or vehicles islands works in Karimnagar on Tuesday

    Karimnagar: BC Welfare and Civil Supplies Minister Gangula Kamalakar said that steps were being taken to take in Karimnagar the 2nd largest and free from dirt and fit metropolis after Hyderabad.

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    The government minister laid the institution supported by an endowment hard inner core of some fruits for the pedestrians or vehicles land mass surrounded by water construction oeuvre to be undertaken at a cost of Rs 2.68 crore at the Old Power House in the metropolis on Tuesday. Speaking on the time of a particular event, the government minister said that construction of 13 recently created islands with designs would be undertaken to supply a delightful surroundings for the metropolis dwellers. Out of 13 intersections, tenders for seven intersections have got been completed so at a long distance and construction oeuvre has started; tenders for another 6 intersections would be completed soon and 13 junctions would be beautified by March 31, he said.

    Kamalakar said that the works of Telangana Chowk, the One Town and Bommakal intersections were going on and the intersections were being improved with designs, greenery, HO and lighting system. CM KCR was releasing thousands of crores of rupees for the development of Karimnagar.

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    He said that it was the government’s mission to arise the intersections along with the important roads of the metropolis in a bright personal manner and having every necessary part the works of the intersections before the strong thick rope span was started.

    The intersections at Naka Chowrasta R & B Chowrasta would be modernised without touching Sripada which was contrary to the coach post, there were no such islands in Telangana, Kamalakar said.

    He said that steps were being taken to amend the pedestrians or vehicles system and to amend the living standards of the residents of Karimnagar. The construction oeuvre of the strong thick rope span draw close roads was going on and the BT works of the strong thick rope span draw close route have got started at Sadashivapalli. The government minister said that the problems of the draw close route adjacent to the metropolis have got been resolved and the oeuvre on the BT route would also be started soon. The security communication system with a group of broadcasting stations would be strengthened so that the of the metropolis can unrecorded in a surroundings and the pedestrians or vehicles signals and CCTV cameras would be connected to the authoritative instruction discipline in personal activities centre.

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