KT Rama Rao harps on global city promise

Citing Durgam Cheruvu as a model, Rama Rao said that other lakes in Hyderabad, too, would be beautified.

Published: 29th October 2018 07:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th October 2018 07:46 AM   |  A+A-

TRS leader KT Rama Rao receives a gift during the induction of as many as 200 people from Jain, Agarwal and Maheshwari communities into TRS party, in Hyderabad on Sunday | R Satish Babu

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: As far as the city is concerned, urban flood management and lake restoration are among the main priorities for TRS, said the party leader KT Rama Rao. Citing Durgam Cheruvu as a model, Rama Rao said that other lakes in Hyderabad, too, would be beautified similarly if Telangana Rashtra Samithi returns to power. 

Addressing people from Kukatpally, Serlingampally and Quthbullapur Assembly constituency who convened for a meeting titled ‘Mana Hyderabad-Mana Andhari Hyderabad’, Rama Rao spoke about the party’s plans to ease the traffic congestion by improving the public transportation system in the city. 

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He assured that Metro through Hitec city would become functional by December and added that his party had the responsibility to extend the Metro service Chandanagar. “Besides, there are also plans to introduce Bus Rapid Transport Systems (BRTS),” he said. He added that his criticism of TDP supremo N Chandrababu Naidu was ‘purely political’. He added that he had no ill-will against the people of Andhra Pradesh. 

200 people join TRS party
Around 200 people from Jain, Agarwal and Maheshwari samaj joined TRS in KTR’s presence. He harped on how his government had reduced power shortage, brought in political stability and restored law and order in the Telangana State.

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