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Owaisi urges MA&UD secretary to take up Mir Alam tank rejuvenation works immediately

Hyderabad, Jan. 25 (PMI):  AIMIM MP Asaduddin Owaisi today asked the officials concerned to take up the Mir Alam tank rejuvenation works immediately.

Asaduddin, along with Principal Secretary of Municipal Administration Arvind Kumar and GHMC Commissioner Dana Kishore inspected various developmental projects in Charminar Zone today. Owaisi said Rs 40 crore have been sanctioned for Mir Alam tank rejunevation as such works should be grounded at the earliest. Diversion of sewerage water, tank repairs and horticulture works which have been left incomplete should be taken up soon, Owaisi said.

Arvind Kumar directed the officials to remove encroachments on the Mir Alam tank national highway. The proposed flyover near Aramgarh Zoo Park, to be built at a cost of Rs 636 crore, would reduce traffic congestion to a great extent, the MIM MP observed. The GHMC officials informed that the flyover construction works will be taken up in May this year after taking up national highway extension works and will be completed in a year. Works on the Bahadurpura flyover have been grounded with an estimated cost of Rs 132 crore.

Some properties have to be acquired for this project, the officials said. On the request of the MP to take up Mylardevulapalli inner ring road extension works, the GHMC Commissioner asked the officials to prepare road development plan at the earliest. It was decided to tap World Bank funds for the skyway from Puranapul to Moosarambagh. Modernisation of Ziaguda slaughter house will be taken up soon, he  added. GHMC Additional Commissioner Hari Chandana, Chief Engineers Ziauddin, Sridhar and Suresh, Zonal commissioners Srinivas Reddy and other senior officials were present.

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