Hyderabad, Sept 22 (INN): Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy laid foundations for various development works including beautification of “Mullakatthuva Cheruvu”, link road from Miyapur to Yellammabanda Road, widening of Manjeera pipeline road, KPHB to Hitech city Junction improvement and service road, National institute of Urban Management (NIUM) building in Ranga Reddy district, total worth of Rs.183 crore on Sunday afternoon.
The Chief Minister has laid foundation to the development of Mullakathuva Cheruvu development, a lake and open area surrounding of 40.5 acres, with an estimated cost of Rs.3 crores. The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation proposes to develop and conserve the lake ecology by diverting the sewage and other effluents, removal of floating vegetation, preserving the existing tree growth, plantation in the barren areas, peripheral fence etc.
Kiran Kumar Reddy has also laid foundation for the link road from Miyapur to Yellammabanda with an estimated cost of Rs.15 crores and it will be developed as 4-lane carriage way, central median, side drains, cross drainages and it is parallel to NH-9 from Miyapur to Narsapur junction which will ease traffic on this stretch of NH-9.
The Chief Minister has laid foundation of the work of widening road from HUDA colony, Chandanagar to Hafeezpet flyover with an estimated cost of Rs.16.43 crores. This is main link road between Serilingampally and Hafeezpet flyover road, links to the MMTS railway station, Chandanagar and shortest route to Hitech-city.
Kiran Kumar Reddy has also laid foundation for the service road and Junction improvement from KPHB to Hitech-city at Kukatpally with an estimated cost of Rs.3.20 crores, to regulate the traffic movement on service roads and MMTS railway station and also traffic from Moosapet.
The Chief Minister has laid foundation for the buildings of National Institute of Urban Management (NIUM) at Khanamet village of Serilingampally mandal, for which state government has allotted 20 acres of land. NIUM is a premier institute for research, training and information dissemination. An amount of total Rs.145 crores will be spent for various resource centres of this institute. It is proposed to undertake training on disaster Management to all Urban Local Bodies covering about 9000 staff, officials and elected representatives during 2013-14.
Ministers Sarvey Satyanarayana, Maheedhar Reddy, Sridhar Babu, Prasad Kumar, Mukesh Goud, several MLAs, MLCs and other senior leaders, officials attended. (INN)