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GHMC to spend Rs. 1,956 cr. for roads

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The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has chosen to spend an entirety of Rs.1,956 crore for enhancing the states of city streets, including Rs.1,000 crore reserved solely for passages chose under key street advancement system, amid the year 2015-16.

In its annual budget presented on Thursday which accompanied an aggregate cost of Rs.5,550 crore, the civic body has put aside Rs.200 crore for tempest water drains and an another Rs.605 crore for comforts and services. The RO water plants would be set up at 1,500 areas at an expense of Rs.50 crore, and vitality effective road lighting at an estimated Rs.35 crore.


In its plans for a without slum Hyderabad, the GHMC reserved Rs.450 crore for development of 2BR houses for slum tenants and distributed Rs.37 crore for different activities, for example, beggar free city, night covers for homeless and Rs.5 food scheme.

The civic body looks to give extraordinary push on making advanced open accommodations including multi-reason corridors and advancement of memorial parks with Rs.283 crore while an alternate Rs.150 crore were allocated for greening the city and insurance of water bodies.

“We have reserved Rs.25 crore for making Hyderabad a safe city with installation of cam reconnaissance and other steps,” said Somesh Kumar, GHMC Commissioner and Special Officer.

Speaking with presspersons, he said the income and capital receipts of the Civic body for the year were put at Rs.6,396 crore and after obligatory income overflow of Rs.846 crore.

On the pay front, the principle parts included acknowledging Rs.1,200 crore through property charge, Rs.300 crore from additional charge on stamp obligation, Rs. 600 crore as town arranging expense and Rs.100 crore from expert duty.

“Aside from these, the State government has already alloted Rs.628 crore for different schemes and we hope to get Rs.467 crore from the Union government under different plans,” Mr. Somesh Kumar said while reporting that there would be no trek in property charge in the city.


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