Telangana government webs over Rs 567 cr with sale of stories
Hyderabad: The State government made a profits of Rs 567.248 crore with auctioning of 1,227 stories situated in various components of the State in 3 days. The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) alone produced a profits of Rs 334.72 crore by auctioning 297 stories.
The stories were auctioned at Bahadurpally as well as Thorrur, Mahabubnagar, Jogulamba Gadwal, Kamareddy, Peddapalli, Adilabad as well asVikarabad
The public auction procedure was begun on March 14 as well as efficiently upright March 17.
According to the State government’s public auctions report launched on Thursday, the greatest income was produced with the public auction of HMDA stories situated in Thorrur (Rs 194.49 crore) adhered to by Bahadurpally (Rs 140.23 crore). Other areas particularly Nalgonda produced (Rs 31.77 crore), Mahbubnagar (Rs 90.72 crore), Jogulamba Gadwal (Rs 51.91 crore), Kamareddy (Rs 34.19 crore), Peddapalli (Rs 19.621 crore), Adilabad (Rs 3.41 crore) as well as Vikarabad (Rs 0.907 crore).
While the typical quote cost in Thorrur stood at Rs 27,908.66 per square lawn, the typical quote cost in Bahadurpally was Rs 30,085.17 per square lawn as well as Rs 16,709.16 per square lawn inMahbubnagar