Hyderabad, Metro Rail News: Kalvakuntla Taraka Rama Rao popularly known as K.T.R, Former municipal administration minister said on April 5, 2019, Now the government is focusing on to de-congest Hyderabad city and expand it, especially in the East.
“We are saying ‘Look East’ now and it is intended to develop the IT sector in that region too and areas beyond Uppal and LB Nagar would be developed as part of that plan”, He Said.
The development work will be towards Pocharam, Medchal, Keesara, Shameerpet, and other sides. KTR said land registration rates would also be
He Said “One of the biggest initiatives of the state government would be to provide conclusive rights of title ownership to
This would be the first time in the country that something of this nature would be taken by chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
He explained that officials will necessarily check what type of land it is and if there is clarity on ownership at the time of land mutation and would proceed with the registration.
“If this were to be challenged later, it would be the government’s responsibility to defend the landowner and his rights,” he added.
KTR said something like this in Hyderabad and urban areas would be immensely helpful. The entire land in the state will also be GIS mapped.
While Addressing a meeting of builders, the TRS president said there was a long plan to construct metro rail along the entire 160km stretch of
Out of the 72km metro rail planned in the city, 56km has been completed. The rest of it would be completed within a year.
Explaining how chief minister KCR was interested in rooting out corruption, he had seen a twitter message to him recently about a person who brought to his notice about bribes being demanded by officials for registration of his land at Yadagirigutta
“I happened to meet the chief minister and mentioned this with him during an informal meeting that was taking place. The CM immediately asked me for the person’s telephone number and spoke to him for half an hour asking him the details and explained to him what he intended to do for bringing clarity in land records,” KTR said.