It is easy for those from Maharashtra to visit the State as various national and state highways pass through Nizamabad.
The situation in Nizamabad, one of the worst-hit districts in Telangana after the resurgence of Covid-19, appears to be precarious.
Four journalists have recently died in Nizamabad district due to Covid-19.
Citizens and elected representatives in Nizamabad are urging the government to set up a monitoring system to check the oxygen utilisation in every district.
GGH officials have asserted that several doctors and staff members have already tested positive for Covid-19 and are in home isolation.
Putting several lives at risk, a doctor who runs a private hospital in Nizamabad, kept on working and treating patients despite allegedly testing positive for Covid-19.
The rest 50 patients, which include a few minors as well as senior citizens, are still under home quarantine.
The tragedy took place at the VIP Ghat of Sri Ram Sagar Project (SRSP) in Mendora Mandal of Nizamabad district
With the lifting of Kondapochamma water, the State government expects to restore the past glory of the Nizamsagar project.
The Forest department staff had earlier set up more than 300 sources of water in 1.65 hectares of forest area along the stretch to provide drinking water facilities to wild animals.
The erstwhile Nizamabad district has borders with Maharashtra at several places.
According to sources, while the maximum price for the finger variety has climbed up to Rs 10,188 per quintal, the minimum price is just Rs 5,000, and the model price is Rs 7,001 per quintal.
Addressing a press conference, MLC Bhanu Prasad said they discussed issues brought to their notice by the local body representatives in the last few meetings with the Panchayat Raj Minister.
Days after the Bodhan fake passport scam came to light, investigating officials have found links between the Bangledeshi nationals involved in the scam and some Nizamabad residents.
In fact, as many as 32 persons used the same address while applying for the passport.