Having every necessary part Indira Park-VST metal alloy span in 3 months: KTR to GHMC officials
Hyderabad: The Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister, KT Rama Rao on Saturday directed the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation officials to having every necessary part the works on the metal alloy span from Indira Park to VST, in three months. He instructed the organic structure to coordinate with the pedestrians or vehicles police to impose pedestrians or vehicles diversions needed for the aim.
The Minister conducted a unexpected event inspection of the works connected logically or causally to the metal alloy span and not the same development works on Saturday. The GHMC’s engineering cooperative unit is constructing the 2.62 km of relatively great duration four-lane bi-directional metal alloy span and Rama Rao impressed upon the officials that state of being certain that adverse effects will not be caused of workers and the not private has to be given the precedence.
The Minister said the metal alloy span testament be developed on the lines of not the same projects completed under Strategic Road Development Plan (SRDP). The GHMC is constructing the metal alloy span corridor at a cost of nearly Rs. 426 crores and the undertaking testament especially attend to in Musheerabad, Khairatabad, Amberpet and surrounding locations. It testament ease flow of pedestrians or vehicles at RTC cross-roads.
Stating that there was a ability and desire to purchase goods and services for the undertaking from the earlier than the present time two decades, Rama Rao said that a metal alloy span is being constructed instead of the strong building material span so that the works were completed at the earliest. He said that the undertaking testament fall in ease from pedestrians or vehicles congestion to lakhs of .
The MA&UD Minister also inspected the Strategic Nala Development Programme (SNDP) works at Hussain Sagar surplus nala and assessed the retaining architectural partition being constructed at Ashok Nagar.
He said that a large amount of funds were allocated for the Hussain Sagar surplus nala and constructions such as the retaining architectural partition were taken up. The Minister said that this would shield from danger being at small elevation lying areas from fill quickly beyond capacity HO from the body of water and asked the GHMC officials to having every necessary part the works before monsoons group of things of the same kind that belong together in.