KT Rama Rao, TRS working president, and IT minister made it clear on Friday that the State government was not ignoring issues facing IIIT-Basar students. He said all efforts were being made to resolve all issues.
All issues are being addressed by VC Prof. Venkat Ramana Garu and Director Satish Garu on campus. Education Minister SabithaindraTRS Garu will handle anything that needs to be done by the government, he said. He also promised to discuss VRA (village revenue assistants) issues with Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.
During his ‘#AskKTR’ session on Twitter on Friday, the Minister answered a number of questions from netizens on a variety of topics.
According to him, the State government improved electricity, roads, and drinking water as a continuous effort to improve civic amenities. He said SNDP (Strategic Nala Development Programme) is focused on improving drains (stormwater and sewer network).
When asked about the delay in developing the Musi River, he said that while it was not fast enough, the State government was working on it and would get it done as soon as possible.
Further, Rama Rao said work on the Uppal-Narapally flyover was continuing, while efforts were being made to have the stay order vacated by the High Court.
In addition to expanding metro rail, he stated that plans were afoot on a host of mass transport solutions, such as E-BRTS (elevated bus rapid transit system) and PRT (personal rapid transit). In addition, he promised to look into restarting the Sunday Funday program at Tank Bund that had been suspended because of Covid-19.
As part of efforts to improve green cover around Hyderabad, work has begun on the development of 109 urban parks. There have also been many new urban lung spaces created within HMDA, he said.
In addition to developing separate cycle tracks, the Municipal Administration department will soon meet with cyclist associations and enthusiasts to obtain their suggestions for improving them.
Telangana State Special Food Processing Zones (TSFPZ) parks will be developed across over 10,000 acres in 19 different districts as a response to the suggestion to develop food processing technologies.
The Hyderabad Pharma City project was delayed due to some land acquisition litigation. GRID policy provides all incentives to IT companies to establish offices in East Hyderabad to facilitate development.
According to him, Hyderabad had generated one-third of the total jobs created in India in the IT sector, faster than any other city.
Rama Rao responded to a netizen who asked if they could see him on the Big Screen by saying, “Not unless you are watching my political speeches.”
A netizen informed him about a statue of actor/politician NT Rama Rao in a lake at Khammam, and he asked what was wrong with paying respect to a legend. Having injured his ankle, he informed that he would return to work soon.
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