KCR promises 2 BHK houses to slum dwellers

Written by | January 19, 2015 | 0

Hyderabad:  Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has assured the poor residents of Mahabubnagar living in thatched houses that the government will construct 2 BHK houses for them free of cost in the next four months with all basic amenities.

The poor living in rented houses would also get new houses in the colony to be constructed elsewhere in the town, the Chief Minister said, while interacting with the residents of Patha Palamuru and Patha Thota basthis in Mahabubnagar on Sunday. The government would purchase 30 to 40 acres land, if necessary, for construction of the housing colony.

Stating that the living condition in the basthis was very bad, he said drain water was overflowing onto the narrow roads. He asked the residents to have habitation meetings in the night to decide whether they would cooperate with the government in preparing proper layouts. He would come back in 8 to 10 days to lay foundation stone for construction of the houses, if they remained united and cooperated with the government, he said, cautioning that some political elements would try to spoil the plans. “Elections are not around for the next four years and everybody should keep in mind that this is not the time for politicking,” he noted.

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