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Warangal Smart City likely to get 100 MLD sewage treatment plant

Hyderabad: The Greater Warangal Smart City Corporation Limited (GWSCCL) approved new projects including establishment of a 100 MLD sewage treatment plant at Reddypuram in Warangal under the Smart City project. The Corporation also decided to stop release of sewage into various water bodies in the city and ensure treatment of sewage water released through inlets into every water body.

At the eighth board meeting of GWSCCL held in Hyderabad on Thursday, the board members took stock of various projects taken up under the smart city project. The meeting presided over by Principal Secretary for Municipal Administration and Urban Development Navin Mitttal, was attended by Municipal Administration Director TK Sridevi, Warangal Collector Amrapali Kata, Warangal Police Commissioner D Sudheer Babu, Warangal Mayor N Narender, Municipal Commissioner Shruti Ojha and other officials.

Speaking at the meeting, Navin Mittal emphasised the need to focus on projects which have a visible and transformative impact on the lives of the citizens of Warangal city. Along with approval for the 100 MLD sewage treatment plant at Reddypuram, he asked the officials to prepare a comprehensive master plan for development of Bhadrakali lake. A ropeway project to improve the connectivity between two most prominent temples in Warangal – Bhadrakali Temple and Padmakshi temple, has been proposed as an additional project for which a concept feasibility note was submitted to the GWSCCL.

The Principal Secretary reiterated that money would not be constraint for development of 1000 pillar temple and its surroundings as per international standards. The meeting also discussed status of projects taken up under the Smart City initiative including development of TSRTC bus stand, improvement of 1000 pillar precinct, Padmakshi temple, and development of Bhadrakali lake front promenade. The members also discussed on retrofitting of storm water drains, development of smart library and setting up of rain water harvesting structures at various institutions.

On the occasion, the Project Management Consultant briefed the board members about progress of different projects taken up under the Smart City project. Both the bid evaluation for redevelopment of Kakatiya Musical Garden taken up at an estimated cost of Rs 13.5 crores and development of four roads as smart roads at an estimated cost of Rs 74.8 crores, are in process. However, tender process for projects including rooftop solar project and multi-level car parking project, is yet to commence.

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