Nirmal: Forest Minister Allola Indrakaran Reddy said that Nirmal was undergoing rapid growth in many aspects after becoming a separate district. He was speaking at a programme after laying foundation to an integrated vegetable and non-veg market building and then participated in a meeting of standing committees here on Friday. The cost of the facility is Rs 7.20 crore.
Indrakaran said that the massive market, which can house nearly 330 shops, would be created here within six months, for the benefit of merchants and the public as well, he said. Nirmal is seeing unprecedented growth in many facets after being formed as a new district. He stated that five overhead tanks were being built in the town to address spending Rs 5 crore.
Collector Musharraf Ali Faruqui said that Nirmal was being transformed in many spheres. He stated that the market facility was being created by acquiring land. It would be a destination for the sale of vegetables, essential commodities and other goods. It will be equipped with roads in four directions and a parking facility for the convenience of visitors.
Later, the Minister took part in a meeting of standing committees, chaired by Zilla Parishad Chairperson K Vijayalaxmi. He advised the authorities concerned to expedite the works taken up using funds under different schemes and to take steps to ensure better infrastructure in rural parts. He stressed the need to have coordination among officials and public representatives.
Additional Collector Hemanth Borkade, municipal chairperson Gandrath Eshwar, DSP Upender Reddy, municipal commissioner Balakrishna and many other officials were present