Published: Up-to-date On – 05:51 PM, Fri – 1 July 22
Siddipet: Finance Minister T Harish Rao has explained that the 88-KM very long Ring Road all over Siddipet city will relieve the traffic aside from increasing the connectivity from one particular side to a further aspect of the city. The Minister mentioned that they will develop a two-lane road at an outlay of Rs 160 crore.
Addressing the accumulating immediately after laying a foundation for the Ring Street at Chinna Kodur Mandal headquarters on Friday, the Minister mentioned that the street will go by means of Bussapur, Pulluru, Malyala, Gangapur, Machapur, Chinna Koduru, Ramunipatla, Gonepally, Obulapur, Palamakula, Venkatapur and Bandaram villages. He even more mentioned that the Ring Highway will contact seven adjacent mandals-Kondapaka-Thoguta-Dubbaka-Siddipet Rural-Narayanaraopet-Chinnakoduru and Nanganuru Mandals- to Siddipet town.
With the design of the Ring Highway, Rao said the Sididpet town will witness a swift enhancement moreover attracting a good deal of industrial investments about the city boosting the all round growth of the region. Thanking Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for granting the Ring Road for Siddipet city, Rao explained Chandrashekhar Rao as a visionary, as he experienced the notion of building a ring road extra than two decades ago when he constructed a solitary-line ring road from Bussapur to Timmaipally.
Conversing about the Rythu Bandhu fund release, he reported that Chandrashekhar Rao was incredibly much committed to releasing income in spite of acquiring a ton of economic difficulties. Though each and every federal government in the nation was attempting to impose burdens on farmers, Rao mentioned that the Telangana governing administration was supplying the farmers incentives to enable them at the time of cultivation. Zilla Parishad Chairperson V Roja Sharma and other people were present.
Harish Rao, who participated in numerous programmes in Chinna Koduru Mandal, has inaugurated a 33/11KV sub-station at Anantha Sagar village, and a 10,000 metric tonnes storage ability godown at Cherla Ankireddypally, before laying a basis stone for the building of a kitchen area at Superior College in Sikindlapur village. Rao has inaugurated a water plant put in by Bala Vikasa at Mallaram and inaugurated an electrical energy portion building at Medipally village.