Many people are throwing garbage at open places instead of handing it over to swachh auto workers to avoid payment of Rs 50.
Under the Safe City Project, Rs 8.87 crore was allotted for commissioning the pelican or pedestrian signals
Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation told not to evict street vendors till they are all relocated
The government has already decided that until all the eligible urban street vendors are relocated in the identified vending zones, they should not be evicted from the present location
The private agencies have to recarpet 50 per cent of their allotted stretch before May, 2020 and they also should put in place road maintenance units.
All defunct and rusted water fountains located at road junctions and central medians in core city areas have finally caught the attention of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation.
The decision comes at a time when the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation is cash-starved and is unable to pay salaries to its employees.
A budget of Rs 5,380 crore for 2020-21, proposed by the civic body, was okayed without any major changes.
About 24 teams have been deployed to remove all kinds of illegal publicity material under a special drive, which started on November 18.
The funds raised will be utilised for Strategic Road Development Programme and other developmental works.
Along with MAUD secretary Arvind Kumar, the team inspected the Nagpur metro rail project, double flyovers on same stretch, underpasses, road over bridges and road under bridges.
While the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation has not built toilets in one year, officials blamed space crunch within the city for the same.
The drive is being taken up by Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) as per directions of MAUD Minister KT Rama Rao.
Officials said that the idea to have a vertical garden came after motorists coming from NTR Gardens towards Vishveswaraya statue, were forced to halt for a few minutes due to traffic signals.
On a tip off, the ACB officials caught three of them red handed while demanding and accepting Rs 2 lakh as bribe from Keshav Reddy, for not taking action on the shed erected on his building.
Mayor Bonthu Rammohan and GHMC commissioner DS Lokesh Kumar are expected to conduct surprise inspections of roads from Friday.