Ensure infra in SC, ST colonies: Civic chief to staff

Published: 17th August 2016 05:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th August 2016 05:58 AM   |  A+A-


VISAKHAPATNAM: GVMC commissioner M Harinarayanan on Tuesday asked the civic officials to provide infrastructure like roads, drains, power supply and etc to the SC, ST colonies in Pendurthi.

As part of his daily tour, the commissioner visited JNNURM housing scheme at Rathicheruvu near Pendurthi, when the residents appealed him for street lights and internal roads to their colony. The commissioner sanctioned CC roads and street lights on the spot and directed the officials to arrange the same without delay.

Earlier, Harinarayanan inspected the Pendurthi-RTC Complex via Arilova BRTS corridor and directed the officials to initiate works in problem-free areas, immediately.

The engineering officials informed him that 52 Transferable Development Right certificate (TDR) have yet to be released to tho who will lost their houses in Adavivaram area to start BRTS works. The GVMC has to provide alternative land and building to a school to take up the BRTS works in Adavivaram area, the officials informed.

Responding to the issues, the commissioner directed the officials to prepare the proposals to clear the pending issues at an earliest

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