AOC Residents to Meet CS Over Road Closure

Published: 31st October 2015 06:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st October 2015 06:10 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) of colonies surrounding AOC, Secunderabad, will meet chief secretary Rajiv Sharma on Saturday to discuss the road closure issue by the Army.

RWAs has decided to meet the chief secretary after a meeting with Army officials on Friday. Army officials held a meeting with representatives of RWAs to inform about the closure of Gough Road from December 1 and to explain the circumstances which led to the closure of road.

Major General Pachory, General Officer Commanding Telangana and Andhra Sub Area, Brigadier Negi, Station Commandant T and A Sub Area who is also the president of Secunderabad Cantonment Board, Brigadier Dalip Singh Commandant, AOC, among other officers were present at the meeting attended by representatives of 32 RWAs.

“Army officials called us to inform that they had already informed Telangana state government and Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation to make alternative arrangements as the roads would be closed. Though Army officials made many attempts earlier expressing their willingness to lend all support for laying of alternative roads, no proposal has been yet given by the GHMC,” said BT Srinivasan, general secretary of United Federation of Resident Welfare Associations (UFRWA)after the meeting.

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