CM’s sops to home turf: Gajwel to get complete makeover soon

CM’s sops to home turf: Gajwel to get complete makeover soon
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Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao announced that Gajwel, the constituency which he represents in the State Legislative Assembly, would be turned into an ultra-modern city. The Chief Minister made this announcement after laying foundation stones for development works worth Rs 98.72 crore in Gajwel constituency on Saturday. Speaking to media persons, Chandrashekar Rao said Gajwel would be turned into a beautiful town

Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao lays foundation stones for several development projects in Gajwel

The works include

24-hour tap water supply, permanent housing for 2,500-3,000 poor families, latest facilities to housing colonies, development of religious places, modern drainage systems, a vegetarian and a non-vegetarian markets and a Rythu Bazaar

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao announced that Gajwel, the constituency which he represents in the State Legislative Assembly, would be turned into an ultra-modern city. The Chief Minister made this announcement after laying foundation stones for development works worth Rs 98.72 crore in Gajwel constituency on Saturday. Speaking to media persons, Chandrashekar Rao said Gajwel would be turned into a beautiful town in the next two years.

Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao interacting with residents of Gajwel town on Saturday

Besides providing basic facilities, steps would be taken for the overall development to make it a model constituency. Chandrashekar Rao promised that each and every household in Gajwel would get 24-hour tap water supply. He also promised permanent housing for 2,500-3,000 poor families in his constituency. He said the housing colonies would be completely modern and equipped with all latest facilities. Places of religious worships would also be constructed.


The entire area would have modern drainage systems. The Chief Minister said a vegetarian and a non-vegetarian markets and Rythu Bazaar would be constructed at the place of present junior college. Chandrashekar Rao laid foundation stone for the construction of a 100-bedded hospital at a cost of Rs 18.50 crore, an auditorium worth Rs 6 crore, a girls’ hostel worth Rs 21 crore and a boys’ hostel worth Rs 21.45 crore.

He also laid the foundation stone for a primary health centre worth Rs 1.20 crore in Markar. Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari, Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao, Deputy Speaker Padma Devender Reddy, MP BB Patil, MLA Linga Reddy, Medak Collector Rahul Bojja and other senior officials were also present.

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