Principal Secretary Municipal Administration Arvind Kumar today held a series of meetings with the officials of Hyderabad Road Development Corporation , GHMC and water board officials
Principal Secretary Municipal Administration Arvind Kumar today held a series of meetings with the officials of Hyderabad Road Development Corporation , GHMC and water board officials and took stock of the progress achieved in the completion of works. He directed the officials to ensure that all the ongoing works should be completed by the end of October.
Road widening , footpath construction and restoration should be taken up immediately. Laying of BT can be taken up after the end of the rainy season, he said. He told the officials that he would conduct surprise inspections during his visits. He asked the officials to bring to the notice of the higher ups if there is any problem in execution of the works. He asked the officials to ensure that quality of the works should be maintained. Similarly he emphasized the need to stick to the timelines and see that all the works are completed as per the timelines set by the officials . HRDC Chief Engineer Mohan Naik informed that all the works are going on at a brisk pace and will be completed on time.
Later Mr Kumar during the meeting with GHMC engineers asked them to be in touch with their colleagues in the metro water works and see that there is coordination while taking up the works. He asked them to take up road works only after the water works are completed. He suggested to the officials to post the photographs on social media of the works before the commencement of the work and after the work is completed so as to have an impact. He also asked them to respond to any complaint made by the public on the social media and ensure that the work is attended immediately.
Water Board MD Danakishore informed that for the road restoration for below 300 mm pipeline trenches, of the 683.19 kms total length of excavation on BT or CC roads, restoration has been completed in respect of 677.69 and the balance would be completed very soon. Likewise in respect of road restoration for above 300 mm pipeline trenches, 131.44 kms length road has been restored out of the total length excavation of 160.23 BT/CC roads and the balance of 28,79 kms restoration would be completed shortly.