The state's second-largest city, Warangal, also referred to as a tri-city because it consists of three towns including Warangal, Hanamkonda and Kazipet. It will soon be witnessing rapid development, with the state government approval for the Kakatiya Urban Development Authority ( KUDA) master plan. On Wednesday, after a review meeting with Ministers Errabelli Dayakar Rao and Satyavathi Rathod and KUDA officials in Hyderabad, Mr KT Rama Rao signed the documents permitting the Warangal Master Plan.
Government Plans on Warangal Sustainable Development
The Minister at the meeting said that Warangal would soon get an upgrade with its Master Plan approval. He directed officials to complete the 29 km long Outer Ring Road by 2nd June. Also to prepare plans for Metro Rail along with Monorail. The State government was confined to developing Mamnoor airport with Central approval.
After enquiring with officials about the progress on 'Smart City,' KTR directed them to construct 1,000 public toilets by Dasara and also to take steps to convert insanitary toilets into sanitary ones. Speaking on the Chief Minister's promises, he asked the officials to complete 3,900 double bedroom houses quickly. He said that the 900 houses already built should be inaugurated soon.
The alternative plans should be prepared for building 800 houses where there was a problem over land and other issues. The Minister also directed officials for the rapid completion of Kaloji Kalakshetram, Ekashila Park, construction of the junction and road widening. And to come up with sanitation, greenery plan and energy audit as part of Pattana Pragati. Also, to find places for the new crematoriums and the dumping yards.
He informed that a review meeting would be conducted in the coming week and asked the officials for attending the meeting with detailed information. It is expected the infrastructural developments in Warangal will give fruitful results to its real estate investors.