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CM to inspect 100 days action plan works

Posted by on April 18, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad: The Chief Minister, Mr N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, today asked the officials to complete all the balance works of “100 Days Action Plan for Hyderabad City” immediately and said that the works will be inspected along with the ministers and legislators soon.

The Chief Minister Reviewed the “100 Days Action Plan” with the officials concerned at the Camp Office here today. He said that greater coordination was needed between various departments to provide better civic amenities to the citizens in the areas of Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation.

The Special Chief Secretary to CM, Mr J Satyanarayana, the Secretary to CM, Mr K S Jawahar Reddy, the Commissioner, GHMC, Mr Sameer Sharma, the Commissioner, HMDA, Mr Rajeswar Tiwari, the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad, Mr A K Khan, the Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad, Mr Dwaraka Tirumala Rao, the Additional Commissioner, Traffic, Mr C V Anand, the Additional Commissioner, GHMC, Mr Dhananjaya Reddy, the MD, HMWS&SB, Mr Jagadeeshwar, the MD, CPDPCL, Mr M T Krishna Babu, the representatives of RTC, R&B and so on explained the achievements and progress of works in their respective departments under the 100 days action plan to the Chief Minister.

When the Chief Minister enquired about the Outer Ring Road works and funding under the JICA loans due to the recent earthquake in Japan, the officials explained that the funding is already well tied up and said that the works were in full swing. The GHMC Commissioner explained that under the 100 days action plan, works costing Rs 110.54 crores were already completed and this include CC roads, BT roads, sidewalks, bus shelters and so on.

Works are completed as far as 25 parks/medians and refurbishments are concerned. Under the Outer Ring Road Project, stretch from Pedda Amberpet to Gachibowli is completed and opened for traffic from March 1. The stretch from Narsingi to Patancheru would be completed by May 31 and the remaining works are under progress including radial roads. The officials explained to the Chief Minister that Hussainsagar Lake and Catchment area improvement project are also under progress. The Master Plan for extended area of HMDA was also getting ready and will be notified for public suggestions soon.

The Chief Minister was informed that the PVNR Expressway ramps at Hyderguda, Aramgarh and Laxmingar are completed. The R&B repairing works to damaged BT surfaces from KM 524 to 535 on Pune-Hyderabad section of NH 9 and Hyderabad-Vijayawada section of NH 9 and Hyderabad- Bhoopalapatnam section of NH 202 are under brisk progress. The road works taken up under R&B has completed 25 kms so far. Special repair works were completed for 68.63 kms pertaining to 68 roads out of which 15 are already completed and others are in progress. In APSRTC, 100 mini buses and 50 AC buses are being introduced in Greater Hyderabad zone and achievements are so far about 70 per cent. The CPDPCL has taken up construction of 12 substations of 33/11, augmentations of 29 power transformers, interlinking of 33 KV lines, adding of 130 additional transformers, 309 single column RTC structured plinth works for distribution transformers. These works taken up costing Rs.205 crores includes construction of new sub stations and underground cabling.

The Chief Minister was informed that APTRANSCO has taken up updating of conductor with AL 59 to Madhapur, enhancement of transformer capacity at Budlaguda, enhancement of PTR capacity at Asifnagar, construction of 132 KV Chintal SS etc. The Traffic Police has taken up Traffic signal system, Road signages, road infrastructure, traffic engineering cell, traffic equipment, traffic education and new equipment for traffic police etc and the works are all being taken and will be completed in 8 months.

Power Network & Infrastructure Improvement costing Rs 2,500 crores: the APCPDCL Managing Director, Mr M T Krishna Babu, has informed the Chief Minister that the APTransco was executing Power Network and Infrastructure improvement programme with JICA assistance costing Rs 2,500 crores in the GHMC area. Work was going on at brisk pace and will be completed by March 31 next year. This will provide long-term benefit for the power consumers in the GHMC area. (NSS)

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