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Funds for permanent buildings for sub-treasuries

With majority of the treasury offices dilapidated, the government has allocated Rs 16.75 crore for construction of buildings to house the treasury offices.

Published: 03rd January 2017 03:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd January 2017 03:56 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

SRIKAKULAM: With majority of the treasury offices dilapidated, the government has allocated Rs 16.75 crore for construction of buildings to house the treasury offices.

The district authorities have selected nine areas out of 14 treasury offices to set up permanent structures. In addition to taking up works for permanent structures to sub-treasury offices, government also allocated huge budget for construction of the district treasury office. The authorities are likely to ground the works in  February for which tenders will be called in a week.

“The government has allocated Rs 75 lakh each for permanent structures to sub-treasury offices, while Rs 10 crore for the district treasury office,” said deputy director of Treasury department G Nirmalamma.

The proposed buildings for sub-treasury offices will be at Ranasthalam, Rajam, Kotabommali, Palasa, Ponduru, Kotturu, Amudalavalasa, Narasannapeta and Srikakulam including district treasury office at the collectoroate complex in Srikakulam.

“Sites have been selected for Ponduru, Kotturu, Amudalavalasa, Narasannapeta and Srikakulam sub-treasury offices and the sites for rest four sub-treasuries are yet to be identified,” she added. 



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