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    The 7th general meeting of the GHMC (Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation) was held peacefully under the leadership of Mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi on Wednesday. The Mayor urged the members to cooperate fully for meaningful discussions and for the authorities to respond to their questions. She also encouraged them to bring forward the issues faced by the people without expecting political gains.

    The Mayor highlighted that the state government, led by Chief Minister KCR, is implementing development and welfare schemes. These schemes aim to uplift the downtrodden and weaker sections of society, and they are reaching every doorstep in the state. She mentioned that the state is setting an example by implementing innovative schemes unlike any other in the country. Efforts are being made under the guidance of state Municipal Administration, Urban Development, and IT Minister KT Rama Rao to improve the city’s infrastructure.

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    During the meeting, there was a discussion about missing roads, and Congress party corporators demanded permanent employment for sanitation workers. The mayor asked the members to speak on the issue one by one, representing their respective parties. BJP corporator Vanga Madhusudhan Reddy, former deputy mayor Baba Fasiuddin from TRS, and Salim Baig from MIM expressed their support for making sanitation workers permanent. The mayor assured that a positive decision would be made from a humanitarian perspective and asked the commissioner to provide input. The commissioner stated that the matter would be brought to the attention of the State government.

    When asked about the construction of slip and missing roads after Telangana was formed, project CE Devanand shared details. In the first phase of the missing link project, 22 works costing Rs. 275.53 crore were undertaken, completing 24.301 km of roads. In the second phase, 13 works are in progress to complete a 20.57 km stretch at a cost of Rs. 216.79 crore. In the third phase, administrative sanction has been obtained for a cost of Rs. 2410 crore, with 50 priority roads sanctioned by the government for Rs. 1500 crore.

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