Hyderabad: Rs 53 cr approved for brand-new bridge at Moosarambagh
Hyderabad: The Moosarambagh bridge which was greatly harmed throughout the current rainfalls in the city, will certainly currently have a make over under the Strategic Nala Development Programme (SNDP) functions as the State government has actually approved Rs 53 crore for the building of the brand-new bridge together with a preserving wall surface along Musi River streaming via Moosarambagh.
Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav on Friday revealed that Rs 53 crores have actually been approved for the development of the after the existing bridge was harmed by the Musi river’s overflow in the previous week as well as additionally throughout the floodings.
Minister Talasani together with Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali as well as MLA Kaleru Venkatesh evaluated the Moosarambagh bridge which was swamped as a result of hefty rainfalls in the city. Talasani claimed that the building of the bridge will certainly be occupied quickly.
A keeping wall surface will certainly be built along the river to make sure that the house bordered around the river does not obtain swamped, claimed the minister.
He claimed that as a result of the floodwater originating from the top stream component of numerous canals in the city, the water got in your houses around as well as individuals were encountering serious troubles. “To ensure flooding, under the SNDP, full-scale canal development works have been taken up. The development work of the canals will be completed by 2023,” claimed the Minister.