Completing construction of TIDCO homes on schedule, says AP CM YS Jagan

Amaravati: Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy held a review meeting on the progress of works in the Department of Municipal Administration and Urban Development and asked officials to speed up the construction of TIDCO houses and complete them within the time allowed.

During the review meeting held at the camp office here on Monday, the officials briefed the Chief Minister that the works of creating infrastructure in the TIDCO houses is continuing apace and the government has spent Rs 4 500 crore and will spend another Rs 6,000 crore on this.

The Chief Minister reviewed the development of road works in enterprises and municipalities. The state government has spent Rs 1826.22 crore for the construction of 4396.65 km of roads linked to 16,762 roads and 55.15% of the work has been completed. They said road repair works are also at a steady pace and 51.92% of the works are complete and added that they will be ready by July 15. focus on wastewater treatment and prepare a report thereon.

The chief minister directed officials to prioritize sanitation management in major cities and towns and said the role of sanitation personnel there is important. He said the salary of the sanitation staff had been increased from Rs 12,000 to Rs 18,000 and recalled that their salary was only Rs 10,000 from 2015 to 2018. He asked the officials to submit a report on beautifying the canals in Vijayawada and ensuring that the irrigation canals are unpolluted and added to create awareness of cleanliness.

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