The State government passed the long-standing plan to construct a diversion pipeline to prevent the flow of drainage water into Ramannakunta lake in Bowenpally. Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) has sanctioned Rs 2.95 crores for laying sewerage network at this centuries-old Ramannakunta Lake near Secunderabad Cantonment to make the lake free of pollution.
Government Funds Give a New Look to Ramannakunta Lake
On June 20, HMDA authorities deposited the aid into the account of the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board to take up laying of sewer trunks and other infrastructure too.
The people who live near the ramannakunta lake have been getting upset for a long time with the area stinking like something and the entire place transforming into a mosquito breeding ground. Of which others are used to being sick of mosquito-borne diseases. In a bid to offer significant relief to over 1,000 families living in and around the Bowenpally's Ramannakunta lake, work has started to lay alternate pipelines to divert the waste that flows into the water body.
Once literally turned into a cesspit, Ramannakunta Lake gets a new lease of life as proposals are drawn up to divert sewage and beautify the lake.
The Government plans to divert sewage gives a new look to Ramannakunta Lake which would encourage a healthy environment and protect the properties in Bowenpally location.
By: Shailaja K