Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Sunday stated that the government would release Rs 270 crore to solve the drinking water problem in the Malkajgiri parliament constituency.
Participating as chief guest in the Rachabanda programme held at Malkajgiri constituency, the Chief Minister said that Rs 270 crore would be utilized for streamlining and strengthening the drinking water system in the constituency, where the people are facing acute shortage of drinking water since a long time. He said that permanent steps would be taken to solve the drinking water problem in the constituency.
The Chief Minister said that the roads, bridges, parks and other amenities would be provided under the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation limits with Rs 1,200 crore. To solve the drinking water problem permanently in the city, he said that Rs 3,800 crore would be allotted for bringing the river Godavari waters. He said that the state government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the World Bank for Rs 1,600 crore to solve the drinking water problem across the state.
Kiran Kumar Reddy said that Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh would handover appointment letters to 4,500 unemployed youth from Rangareddy district out one lakh jobs being provided by government by this year end.
Taking serious note on Telugu Desam president N Chandrababu Naidu ridiculing his government offering 15 lakh jobs to unemployed in three years, the Chief Minister challenged Naidu that he would prove where the jobs were lying vacant in the State. He said that the government was committed for the welfare of people and would introduce more schemes based on mobilization of sources.
Home Minister P Sabitha Indira Reddy, Malkajgiri MP Sarve Satyanarayana, GHMC Mayor Banda Karthika Chandra Reddy, GHMC Commissioner MT Krishna Babu and other officials participated in the function. (INN)
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