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    The Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) in Hyderabad are planning to meet with the newly-elected Members of Parliament in their respective constituencies to discuss pending issues mentioned in the local parliament manifesto. They will be meeting with MPs from Malkajgiri, Secunderabad, Hyderabad, and Chevella parliamentary constituencies in the first week of July. The People’s Manifesto prepared by United Federation of Resident Welfare Associations, Greater Hyderabad highlighted various issues raised by citizens that need to be addressed by their MPs. The RWAs have already met with MLAs in their assembly constituencies to address civic issues outlined in citizen manifestos and plan to meet them again along with the MPs.

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    Some of the concerns that will be brought up by the RWAs include the construction of a 5.32 km double-decker corridor, improved MMTS Phase II, Metro corridors for better connectivity, pending ROBs and RUBs, and traffic bottlenecks in Greater Hyderabad causing inconvenience to commuters. B T Srinivasan, the general secretary of United Federation of Resident Welfare Associations, stated that they have already discussed various civic issues with MLAs and are now focusing on meeting the newly-elected MPs in their constituencies.

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    Srinivasan emphasized the importance of this engagement for effective representation of citizens and legislative decision-making. Malkajgiri MP Eatela Rajender has confirmed his participation in the meetings scheduled for the first week of July after the first parliament session. The RWAs are also in touch with other MPs to discuss the recurring issues faced by residents in Greater Hyderabad.

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