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    GHMC standing committee greenlights 10 projects in Hyderabad

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    The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) standing committee, led by Mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi, approved 10 development projects during its meeting on Wednesday. One of the approved projects is the construction of an animal shelter and cattle hospital in Serilingampally mandal. The Ranky Foundation will undertake the construction with their own funds. The committee also approved the establishment of the hospital within six months from the date of agreement in the year 2023-24.

    Another approved project is the construction of a box drain and VDCC road in Hafiz Baba Nagar, Chandrayanagutta. The road will go from the DRDL defense wall to Maqbool Pawn Shop and Bismillah Hotel M block, C block. The committee also approved the construction of a box drain and VDCC road from DRDL wall to Maqbool Hotel in Chandrayanagutta Hafiz Baba Nagar.

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    The committee also approved the land acquisition of 21 properties for the Corridor 99 missing link road development plan. This plan aims to widen an 18 feet road over a closed river via a water treatment plant and include it in the master plan.

    In addition, the committee approved the construction of a multi-purpose function hall in Kailash Nagar. The hall will be a G+2 building with facilities such as a dining hall, lift, toilets, and compound wall. The estimated cost of the project is Rs 3.3 lakh.

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    For the development and conservation of Maisamma Kunta in Manikonda, Divya Sri Tech Park Private Limited will undertake the project with their own funds through corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities.

    During the meeting, Mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi addressed the issue of construction waste dumping and urged corporators to create awareness about not dumping waste on roads, footpaths, nalas water bodies, and other unauthorized places. She also emphasized the distribution of eco-friendly Ganesh idols made of clay.

    GHMC Commissioner Ronald Rose announced that temporary points have been set up in each zone for dumping construction and demolition waste to prevent unauthorized dumping. He also stated that the GHMC will distribute 3.10 lakh clay idols, while the Pollution Control Board will distribute 90,000 idols. In total, 4 lakh idols will be distributed, with over 3,000 idols being distributed in each ward from the ward office starting from September 15.

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