Rs 67K cr spent to develop Hyderabad in 5 years: KTR

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Hyderabad, Sep 29: The Telangana government, in the past five years, had spent over Rs.67,000 crore for taking up different development works in Hyderabad, said Minister for Municipal Administration K T Rama Rao here on Tuesday.

Rao who conducted a meeting with Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) Corporators, MLAs and elected public representatives in Hyderabad here, stated that all the details of the development works executed during the last five years would be compiled into a report titled as ‘Pragathi Nivedika’, and would be released shortly.

Minister directed all the Corporators and public representatives to explain to the citizens in detail about all the good work taken up by the government in Hyderabad.

Assuring that all long-standing issues of ownership rights of non-agricultural properties would be sorted out, the Minister said awareness had to be created among citizens regarding the ‘Dharani portal’ and the exercise being taken up by the Government.

Due to different reasons, registrations and title related issues of properties in few places have been held up in the city and the State Government would address all such issues for the benefit of people, the Minister assured.

The State Government had already launched an exercise for people to voluntarily register details pertaining to non-agricultural properties on the Dharani website, he said.

Minister stated that there would be complete transparency in the process and there would be no scope for middlemen or agents in the exercise and people need not pay a single rupee.

Regarding the forthcoming Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy and Mahabubnagar Graduates MLC elections enrollment from October 1, the Minister appealed to all the Corporators and public representatives to enroll their names in the voters list and encourage the graduates to enroll.

All efforts should be made to improve the poll percentage in Hyderabad for MLC elections by enrolling all graduates as voters, he told the corporators.

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