Process initiated for allotment of 1250 2BHK houses in Gajwel

Speaking on the occasion, Harish Rao said the government will open 20 counters in 20 Municipal wards in Gajwel Municipality to receive applications from the eligible persons.

By   |  Published: 14th Jun 2021  12:30 am

Siddipet: Finance Minister T Harish Rao on Sunday initiated the process of allotment of the 1,250 double bedroom houses to eligible beneficiaries under Gajwel-Pragnapur municipality, the headquarters of Gajwel Assembly constituency represented by the Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.

Apart from participating in several inauguration and foundation laying programmes across Gajwel constituency, Harish Rao and Prohibition and Excise Minister V Srinias Goud inaugurated 56 double bedroom houses at Kodakandla village in Gajwel mandal.

Speaking on the occasion, Harish Rao said the government will open 20 counters in 20 Municipal wards in Gajwel Municipality to receive applications from the eligible persons. Saying that the allotment will be done after careful scrutiny of the applications, the Minister said they will check all the income sources and financial status of the applications before allotting houses.

The Minister inaugurated a new municipal building of Gajwel-Pragnapur Municipality, which was built with an outlay of Rs 7.8 crore and an excise department office, which was built by spending Rs 45 lakhs. Harish Rao inaugurated a modern Shaadi Khana built with a budget of Rs 3.14 crore in Gajwel town.

He laid foundations for Gajwel to Kyasaram Road which will be taken up with a budget of Rs 10.75 crore, R&B Guest House (4.25 crore), and Vysya Bhavan (Rs 3 crore).

The Minister has elaborated various development and welfare schemes undertaken by the officials under the supervision of the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao. Harish Rao said that the Constituency is being developed into a model. MP Medak Kotha Prabhakar Reddy, Collector Siddipet P Venkatrami Reddy, Forest Development Corporation Chairman Vanteru Prathap Reddy and others were present.