Hyderabad, May 25 (Hydnow): Forest Minister Indrakaran Reddy directed the officials concerned to speed up the ongoing developmental works in Nirmal Assembly Constituency of Adilabad district and complete them in a stipulated period.
Minister Indrakaran Reddy held a review meeting with officials concerned at the Aranya Bhavan in Hyderabad on Wednesday and reviewed the progress of various works.
The meeting was mainly discussed about the progress of 27 and 28 package works related to the Sadarmaat Barrage, constructions of check dams at various places and restoration of village tanks spread over the Nirmal Assembly represented by Indrakaran Reddy.
The Minister also enquired about the progress of 110 village tank works, which were damaged due to heavy rains and floods received the district last year, and asked the officials to complete them by the commencement of rainy season.
On the occasion, Indrakaran Reddy said that the restoration of 28 village tanks were taken up in the Constituency in which 18 works have been completed and remaining works are going on at the brisk pace.
The proposal for construction of another 43 check dams have been forwarded to the State government and these works will be taken up, once the government is approved the proposal. (Hydnow)
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