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TelanganaState government's 2BHK housing scheme marks victory over poverty: Puvvada

State government’s 2BHK housing scheme marks victory over poverty: Puvvada

Published: 16th Oct 2021 1:46 pm

Khammam: KCR Towers, an integrated double bedroom complex at Tekulapalli here, would be soon equipped with an electric sub-station and police outpost, informed Transport Minister Puvvada Ajay Kumar.

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He said steps would be taken to install closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras to ensure the safety of the residents living in the housing complex. The minister inaugurated , distributed documents related to 1004 double bedroom houses to beneficiaries and joined them for the house warming ceremony on Friday, marking Dasara festival.

Ajay Kumar said the selection of beneficiaries was completely transparent and it was done by lucky draw. Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao’s goal was to make double bedroom houses a symbol of self-respect for poor people and the inauguration of the houses fulfilled his desire.

“Dasara festival signifies victory of good over evil and today the house warming ceremony performed by 1004 beneficiaries was their victory over poverty. I have never seen a day like this in my life, I am happy to see that 1004 poor families were given houses in a single day” he noted.

So as to give a dignified look to the housing complex, facilities such as park, open gym, Mission Bhagiratha water, internal roads, drains, street lights, fencing, a primary health centre, mini Anganwadi centre have been provided.

It was planned to spend around Rs 3 crore for setting up a police outpost , sub-station and installing CCTV cameras. A KCR Towers Welfare Association would also be set up for the maintenance of the houses, to address problems and development of Tekulapalli KCR Towers.

Telangana was the only State where double bedroom houses were built across the State spending thousands of crores of rupees and Chandrashekhar Rao was the only Chief Minister KCR who cared about the welfare of the poor.

“Khammam was witnessing development on all fronts with the blessings of Chief Minister and IT Minister KT Rama Rao and special thanks to them for their support”, Ajay Kumar noted adding the works of around 250 under construction houses would be soon completed to hand over to the poor by Deepavali festival.

District Collector, VP Gautham said as the minister Rama Rao wanted the house warming ceremony of the houses at Tekulapalli be performed on Dasara, a major festival in Telangana, works were completed on war footing for the house’s inauguration.


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