Warangal Urban: Government Chief Whip Dasyam Vinay Bhaskar laid foundation for the development of the junction at new bus station in Hanamkonda on Friday. The estimated cost of the work is Rs 1.90 crore.
Speaking on the occasion, he said that the road would be laid after repairing the water pipeline and storm water drain that are causing damage to the road. It may be added here that the Kakatiya Urban Development Authority (KUDA) had already spent about Rs 40 lakh on the development of the island with greenery and water fountain. “These development works being taken by the KUDA will be completed at the earliest,” Vinay Bhaskar said and added that other development works would also be taken up soon in the city. “Commuters are suffering due to potholes in the road at this junction due to water leakage and rain water that is logging on the road,” he added.
It may be added here that the Greater Warangal Municipal Corporation (GWMC) prepared plans to develop a total of 11 junctions – Kazipet railway station, Waddepally 100 feet road, forest office circle, Adalat centre, Kaloji centre, Ambedkar centre, police headquarters centre, Markazi school centre, Hanamkonda Chowarasta, Alankar centre, Mulugu road centre and Kakatiya University (KU) centre – in the city. But they are yet to take up the works.
KUDA Chairman Marri Yadava Reddy, GWMC commissioner Pamela Satpathy, Planning Officer (PO) E Ajit Reddy, local corporator Vemula Srinivas and officials attended the foundation laying programme at new bus station.
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