2,100 solar powered Green Houses for Krishnagiri

HOSUR: As many as 2,104 houses are being constructed under the Chief Minister’s Solar-powered Green House Scheme in Krishnagiri district, said Municipal Administration Minister K P Munusamy.

Published: 14th May 2012 03:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd June 2012 10:23 PM   |  A+A-

HOSUR: As many as 2,104 houses are being constructed under the Chief Minister’s Solar-powered Green House Scheme in Krishnagiri district, said Municipal Administration Minister K P Munusamy.

Reviewing the developmental work in Krishnagiri in the presence of Collector C N Maheswaran, the minister said that officials should complete the construction work and have the houses ready by July 30.

Responding to this, project director Dhanasekaran said that the houses are being constructed at the cost of Rs 37.87 crore. The construction work of 83 houses have been completed so far, while 1,257 houses are at various levels of completion. He added that bills to the tune of Rs 10.10 crore have been disbursed to contractors through 3,721 contracts while the remaining 4,373 contract bills are yet to be settled.

The minister has advised officials to provide adequate toilet facilities in all houses. He also asked the officials to submit the unsettled contract bills within two days to the respective Block Development Officers.

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