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KTR to inaugurate Khammam IT Hub in December

Published: 19th Nov 2020 6:40 pm

Khammam: IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao is likely to inaugurate the IT Hub, new police commissionerate and the newly built Road over Bridge (RoB) at Dhamsalapuram in Khammam in December first week, Transport Minister Puvvada Ajay Kumar said on Thursday.

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Rama Rao will also inaugurate several other newly developed facilities like Khanapuram mini tank bund and NSP canal walk-way, he said.

Speaking to the media at his residence here, Ajay Kumar further informed that Roads and Buildings Minister V Prashanth Reddy and Home Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali will be attending the inauguration ceremonies.

NSP canal surroundings beautification works are under progress with an expenditure of Rs 5 crore by Khammam Municipal Corporation. The walk-way works are at final stages and it will help the poorer sections residing in the area to have pleasant morning walks.

The inauguration of (RoB) at Dhamsalapuram fulfills the long pending dream of Khammam residents. The bridge will be named after Telangana ideologue Prof. K Jayashankar, Minister  explained.

A statue of Jayashankar will be installed at RoB junction while a statue of former Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao will be installed at Lakaram junction in the city. The new RTC bus stand under construction in Khammam will be ready by the end of this year, he revealed.

The minister along with the Collector RV Karnan visited the above construction sites and directed the construction agencies and officials to speed up the works. ZP Chairman L Kamalraj, SUDA Chairman B Vijay Kumar, DCC Bank Chairman K Nagabhushanam were present.

Earlier, the minister inaugurated Rythu Vedikas at Ryanka thanda and Budidampadu in Raghunathapalem mandal in the district. He felicitated Khammam Market  Committee Chairman M Venkata Ramana for bearing the construction expenses of  Ryanka thanda Rythu Vedika.


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