Minister said CM K Chandrashekhar Rao introduced Pattana Pragathi with the aim of converting urban civic bodies into model municipalities
Nirmal: Forestry Minister Allola Indrakaran Reddy said the town of Nirmal would be developed as a model municipality, in addition to improving the standard of living of citizens. He inspected on Friday the works to widen the road from Mancherial Chowrasta to Ambedkar Chowk and to embellish the district headquarters. The estimated cost of the work is Rs 5.5 crore.
Reddy said Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao introduced Pattana Pragathi with the aim of converting urban civic bodies into model municipalities. Thus, the funds are allocated monthly to rural and urban communities. Cities are undergoing a remarkable transformation, following a multitude of development programs.
The Minister declared himself satisfied with the progress of the work. He said that the enlargement and beautification was being carried out at the desired pace following the extensive cooperation by the residents. He recalled that the efforts were to make the city a model civic body and to develop it in many aspects in the near future. He added that he would endeavor to bring in Rs 28 crore and establish more facilities soon.
Indrakaran added that the main objective was to improve sanitation in the city as part of the innovative initiative. He advised civilians to keep their surroundings tidy and not to litter the streets. He wanted them to separate wet and dry waste before throwing it into municipal vehicles. He called on municipal authorities to take measures to put special emphasis on sanitation.
He then participated in the installation of the idols of the deities Saramma and Muthyalamma in the village of Potya in Sarangapur mandal.
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