HMDA to increase Green belt from Raigiri to Pembarti

The State Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has directed the HMDA "Multilayer Plantation" Greenery similar to what is alongside the Warangal National Highway to Yadagirigutta Raigiri Cross Roads on Sunday.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  16 Jan 2022 11:12 AM GMT
HMDA to increase Green belt from Raigiri to Pembarti

The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) is gearing up to undertake the multi-layer plantation work on the 26 km stretch from Raigiri to Pembarti at a cost of about Rs 5 crore.

The State Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao has directed the HMDA "Multilayer Plantation" Greenery similar to what is alongside the Warangal National Highway to Yadagirigutta Raigiri Cross Roads on Sunday.

The multi-layer plantation raised by HMDA on the Yadadri route is now a role model for the National Highway Authority. National Highway Joint Adviser (Plantation) AK Maurya last December studied the "Yadadri Route Multi-Layer Plantation" model developed by HMDA along with the Uttar Pradesh (East) Varanasi National Highway.

Apart from this, AK Maurya studied model plantations along the Outer Ring Road (ORR), Central Mid Plantations, Vehicle Underpass (VUP) / Overbridges as well as high-density plantations that have grown inland parcels for two to three days.

The state government has appealed to the central government to co-operate in the greenery uplift along the Warangal National Highway (163) in the wake of the state government developing the Yadagirigutta Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple.

In the absence of positive response regarding the same, the Chief Minister directed Municipal Minister KT Rama Rao to take up the responsibility of raising the Warangal Highway Greenery.

The National Highway Central Mid Greenery beautification works from Ghatkesar to Raigiri are being completed along a 30 km stretch under the supervision of Metropolitan Commissioner Arvind Kumar, exclusively under the supervision of Metropolitan Commissioner Arvind Kumar

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