All-Party Meet on Greater Hyderabad Today

Published: 09th December 2014 06:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th December 2014 08:22 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: The crucial all-party meeting convened by chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to discuss about various important issues pertaining to Greater Hyderabad will be held at the Secretariat at 2 p.m. on Tuesday.

Important issues to be discussed include proposed changes to Metro Rail alignments on three stretches at State Assembly, Badi Chowdi-Sultan Bazaar and Darulshifa-Mir Alam Mandi Road.

The meeting would also discuss regularisation of government land encroachments in the city and also review and recommend suitable measures including bringing a new legislation to prevent land grabbing in the city.

The proposal to empty Hussainsagar waters and remove waste accumulated on lake bed over the years in summer next year, construction of Vinayaksagar in Indira Park for immersion of Ganesh and Durga idols, beautification of Hussainsagar costing  ` 100 crore for diverting the sewerage lines joining the lake will be discussed.

The state government’s proposal to build the world’s tallest tower and other skyscrapers at 40 places around Hussainsagar, construction of 4 to 5 long elevated expressways having 8 to 15 km in different directions for hassle-free traffic movement would also come up for discussion.

Apart from presidents of all political parties, floor leaders and MLAs from Greater Hyderabad will also participate in the meeting.  The meet will also discuss providing better amenities to the poor living in slums, drinking water problem being faced by the people in the twin cities, road development plan and improvement to stormwater drains.


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