Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao has decided to constitute a Nodal Agency under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar for the integrated development and for finding permanent solutions to the problems of Rangareddy, Medchel and Malkajgiri districts, which are developing fast and are integrated into the Hyderabad city.
The CM said that all the Assembly segments, municipalities and other important towns under these districts jurisdiction, construction of integrated Veg and non-Veg markets, town halls, laying of roads, developing the infrastructure like power, drinking water, cleanliness, repairing of the sewerages and drainages, finding a permanent solution to the traffic, floods water, submerging of areas under flood water etc. are to be taken-up. The CM instructed the CS to have meetings with the local ministers, MLAs, MLCs and officials of the departments concerned.
The CM held a high-level review meeting on Friday at Pragathi Bhavan on finding permanent solutions to the problems in Rangareddy, Medchel and Malkajgiri districts adjoining Hyderabad city and to implement an integrated plan for the development of infrastructure in these areas.
Speaking on the occasion, the CM said that, “Hyderabad is becoming a cosmopolitan city. Rangareddy, Medchal and Malkajgiri districts, which are part of Hyderabad, are developing fast. To keep pace with the changing times and the needs, there is a need to keep the plans for the integrated development of the Municipalities, Corporations in these areas. A comprehensive plan should be prepared for the integrated development of these districts along with Hyderabad. We have to set up a nodal agency to monitor these developments regularly under the chairmanship of CS Sri Somesh Kumar. People living in these districts should get medical and educational facilities on par with Hyderabad. For this, local MLAs should prepare a plan based on the issues and needs in their constituencies”.
“For the development of the infrastructure facilities, prepare plans in coordination with the officials concerned. Have regular meetings under the chairmanship of the Nodal officer and provide solutions to the problems. Public representatives should have at least one meeting per month with the CS. The Nodal officer should review the program regularly. The government is ready to provide adequate funds for this” the CM said.
As part of this, the CM said Shadnagar, Pedda Amberpet, Ibrahimpatnam, Jalpally, Shamshabad, Turka Yamzal, Manikonda, Narsingi, Adibhtla, Shankarpalli, Tukkuguda, Amangal municipalities, Badangpet, Bandlaguda Jagir, Meerpet, Jillelaguda, Boduppal, Peerjadiguda, Jawahar Nagar, Nizampet, Medchal, Dammayiguda, Nagaram, Pocharam, Ghatkesar, Gundla Pochampally, Tumukunta, Kompalli, Dundigal municipalities, development works would be taken up.
The CM said all these areas have become a part of Hyderabad and since a lot of people from all over the country are coming here and settling down, plans should be prepared based on the growing needs. For this, it is important that funds should be made available and a Nodal agency should be formed. He wanted works done in all directions should be taken up simultaneously.
The CM instructed CS Somesh Kumar to conduct a meeting with the local Ministers, MLAs, MLCs, public representatives, officials from the Municipal Administration, Medical and health, Mission Bhagiratha and other departments connected with the infrastructure at the earliest.
Ministers Smt Sabita Indrareddy, Malla Reddy, MLCs Sambipur Raju, Naveen Rao, MLAs D Sudhir Reddy, Beti Subhash Reddy, Arekapudi Gandhi, KP Vivekananda, Kale Yadaiah, Madhavaram Krishna Rao, CS Somesh Kumar, CM Secretary Smt Smita Sabharwal, CM Principal Secretary Narsing Rao, Secretary Bhoopal Reddy and others participated in the review meeting.