KCR transforms 2 villages with housing scheme
Author: Desk December 23, 2016
Hyderabad: People from two villages in Siddipet district stepped into newly constructed two-bed room houses today, built by Telangana government under its flagship scheme.
More than 500 families in Narsannapet villages and Erravalli moved from their huts into permanent and independent dwellings equipped with all facilities.
TS Chief Minister adopted these two villages in his Gajwel constituency . The CM vowed to turn them into model villages for the entire country, inaugurated the new houses and other amenities on Friday morning.
A total of 380 houses in Erravalli and 200 in Narsannapet have been constructed at a cost of Rs 5.5 lakh each. While 489 houses were completed, the remaining were expected to be ready next month.
KCR also inaugurated community hall and other facilities and had announced that the two villages will be developed as cashless villages.
With newly laid roads, sewer lines, uniform rows of newly built houses equipped with electricity and water supply, overhead tanks, toilets and bath rooms, both the villages have totally transformed. The common amenities include community halls, play ground and park.
Under Mission Bhagiratha, another flagship scheme, all houses will be provided round-the-clock water and WiFi facility.