CM YS Mohan Reddy directs authorities to focus on rural roads
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CM YS Mohan Reddy directs authorities to focus on rural roads

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, the Chief Minister, has urged authorities to issue urgent administrative sanctions to accept tenders for rural road construction so that work may commence before May 20.

The Chief Minister said that under the Panchayat Raj department, repair and building of roads should be prioritised, and steps should be done to ensure that BT roads are free of potholes.

It is especially important in light of Telangana's Minister of Information Technology and Industries, KT Rama Rao's recent remarks. Even Hans India's People's Pulse highlighted the state's poor road conditions.

At a Panchayat Raj department review meeting, the CM said that measures should be made to deliver water through canals, and that water shortages may be avoided if every pond can be connected to canals and feeder channels within the next five years.

The Chief Minister directed that buildings for Rythu Bharosa Kendras (RBKs), digital libraries, village secretariats, and village hospitals be built as soon as possible.

He said that the state government had difficulties as a result of the previous administration's failure to pay debts, and that building work should not be halted while contractors are not harmed.

Reddy suggested the authorities develop a strategy to guarantee that invoices are uploaded, and payments for MGNREGS projects are made on time and establish a special officer in New Delhi if necessary.

Under the YSR Jala Kala initiative, the state government would give excellent borewell motors and pipes to eligible farmers.

The Chief Minister directed his employees to draught standard operating procedures (SOPs) to establish a transparent system in which funds for drilling borewells are credited directly to farmers' accounts (through the DBT system), and payments are made via him.

The state government is offering free borewells to all qualifying farmers with five acres of land, while simply drilling is free for farmers with five to ten acres of land.

The Chief Minister also directed staff to prioritise sewage maintenance and rubbish collection in the villages, stating that all solid waste management projects should be finished by October.

Officials also assured the Chief Minister that two crore dustbins will be available by October.

He also directed that liquid waste management be implemented in all panchayats across the state in stages.

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Also read: Tiruchi-Dindigul NH to be widened into four-land at Rs 74.80 cr

YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, the Chief Minister, has urged authorities to issue urgent administrative sanctions to accept tenders for rural road construction so that work may commence before May 20. The Chief Minister said that under the Panchayat Raj department, repair and building of roads should be prioritised, and steps should be done to ensure that BT roads are free of potholes. It is especially important in light of Telangana's Minister of Information Technology and Industries, KT Rama Rao's recent remarks. Even Hans India's People's Pulse highlighted the state's poor road conditions. At a Panchayat Raj department review meeting, the CM said that measures should be made to deliver water through canals, and that water shortages may be avoided if every pond can be connected to canals and feeder channels within the next five years. The Chief Minister directed that buildings for Rythu Bharosa Kendras (RBKs), digital libraries, village secretariats, and village hospitals be built as soon as possible. He said that the state government had difficulties as a result of the previous administration's failure to pay debts, and that building work should not be halted while contractors are not harmed. Reddy suggested the authorities develop a strategy to guarantee that invoices are uploaded, and payments for MGNREGS projects are made on time and establish a special officer in New Delhi if necessary. Under the YSR Jala Kala initiative, the state government would give excellent borewell motors and pipes to eligible farmers. The Chief Minister directed his employees to draught standard operating procedures (SOPs) to establish a transparent system in which funds for drilling borewells are credited directly to farmers' accounts (through the DBT system), and payments are made via him. The state government is offering free borewells to all qualifying farmers with five acres of land, while simply drilling is free for farmers with five to ten acres of land. The Chief Minister also directed staff to prioritise sewage maintenance and rubbish collection in the villages, stating that all solid waste management projects should be finished by October. Officials also assured the Chief Minister that two crore dustbins will be available by October. He also directed that liquid waste management be implemented in all panchayats across the state in stages. Image Source Also read: Tiruchi-Dindigul NH to be widened into four-land at Rs 74.80 cr

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