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CM promises Rs.1, 200 Cr for City development

Posted by on November 27, 2011 0 Comment

The Chief Minister, Mr N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Sunday announced that road works, parks development and construction of flyovers would be take up in Greater Hyderabad with Rs.1,200 crore world bank funds.

Speaking at THE Racchhabanda programme held at Malkajgiri in the city, the Chief Minister stated that Racchhabanda-II was taken up to distribute ration cards, pensions and sanction of houses to the identified beneficiaries throughout the State. The State Government was giving top most priority to deliver the benefits of welfare schemes to the eligible people, he added.

He also informed that drinking water projects would be taken up throughout the State with the Rs.1, 600 crore of World Bank assistance. Required funds have been already allocated to improve drinking water supply in the limits of GHMC, he added.

Stating that the government was keen on improving the amenities in all areas of the twin cities, the Chief Minister announced that works of roads, parks development and flyovers would be launched soon with Rs 1,200 crore World Bank funds. He also said that drinking water from Godavari would be brought to Hyderabad by spending Rs 3,000 crores.

Reiterating that the government has decided to provide 15 lakh jobs to the youth under Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu by end of 2014, Mr Kiran Kumar Reddy claimed that notification would be issued for filing up of 1.16 lakh government jobs by end of this year. Stating that pressures, recommendations from any one would not work in the job recruitments, he made it clear that transparency would be ensured in the recruitment process. He said that the officials concerned have been directed to complete the process of recruitment of Group-II posts at the earliest.

Hitting back at the allegations made by the TDP on Rajiv Yuva Kiranalu, the Chief Minister informed that he would show how 15 lakh jobs would be created if the opposition leader Mr Nara Chandrababu Naidu comes to him.

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