Nirmal: Forest Minister Allola Indrakaran Reddy instructed authorities concerned to strive hard to make Palle and Pattana Pragathi and Telanganaku Haritha Haram slated for July 1 a success.
Addressing a review meeting to discuss the three initiatives here on Tuesday, he said Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao had a special interest on all the three programmes, and advised officials from various departments to chalk out an action plan for the effective implementation of the initiatives. He said that Chandrashekhar Rao was sanctioning funds to take up works under the schemes for both urban and rural civic bodies every month.
The minister cited that Rs 339 crore and Rs 148 crore were granted for developing gram panchayats and municipalities respectively. He stated that Rs 2 crore and Rs 1 crore was being allocated to a minister and Collector. He underlined the need to strive hard for implementing the programmes though they were yielding positive results. He cautioned that action would be taken against the officials who show laxity in implementing the initiatives.
Indrakaran told the authorities concerned to focus on works begun under previous phases of the programmes and were yet to be completed. He said that surprise inspections would be carried out for checking the quality of the works. He asked the officials to ensure 85 percent of saplings planted in crematoriums and dump yards. He told them to involve the public in making the three programmes a success.
Zilla Parishad Chairperson K Vijyalaxmi, Khanapur MLA A Rekha Naik and Mudhole MLA G Vittal Reddy, Collector Musharraf Ali Faruqui, municipal chairperson Gandrath Eshwar and many others were present.
Minister Indrakaran Reddy convenes a meeting with officials concerned in Nirmal on Tuesday
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