The Chief Minister will continue his tours to districts in New Year 2022 to launch various development programmes. He visited Nalgonda on December 29 and made certain promises to develop the town. By arrangement
HYDERABAD: The promises being made by Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao on development programmes as part of his tours to various districts will be executed in 48 hours unlike earlier when people had to wait for months and years to see them happening on the ground.
The Chief Minister’s promises made in Nalgonda on Wednesday on setting up an IT tower, a new degree college, integrated markets etc, started translating into reality within 48 hours while the required funds and land allotments were made within 36 hours.
The Chief Minister will continue his tours to districts in New Year 2022 to launch various development programmes. He visited Nalgonda on December 29 and made certain promises to develop the town. Directions were issued to the departments concerned to execute the Chief Minister’s promises within 48 hours.
With this, the IT department sprang into action sanctioning Rs 50 crore within 24 hours on December 30 for setting up IT hub. The higher education department issued orders on war footing sanctioning Rs 30 crore for setting up a new degree college. The technical education department issued orders sanctioning 3 acres belonging to polytechnic college in Nalgonda to set up an IT tower with a built-up space of 75,000 sq. ft. (750 seater capacity).
The Nalgonda district administration issued orders allotting land for setting up of integrated vegetable and meat markets besides a fruit market.
Official sources said the Chief Minister had entrusted the responsibility of executing his promises to respective ministers. The Chief Minister rushed IT minister K.T. Rama Rao to Nalgonda to execute his announcement of IT tower and R&B minister V. Prashanth Reddy to speed up the construction of buildings and laying of roads in Nalgonda.
This strategy worked as all the promises made by the Chief Minister could be executed within 48 hours. The Chief Minister wants to continue this strategy to put development works on fast track while undertaking tours to districts in January 2022.