Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao inaugurated and laid the foundation stones for a slew of development projects in the Siddipet constituency on 10 December.
KCR laid the foundation stone for an IT park which will come up at Duddeda at a cost of Rs. 45 crores. Sprawling across 3,000 acres, the park will also consist of 60,000 square feet of office space. Four US-based IT companies signed MoUs with the state government on Thursday to set up offices in the IT park.
The Chief Minister also inaugurated Rythu Vedika at Mittapally near Siddipet which was constructed at a cost of Rs. 22 lakhs and covers 2,046 square yards. He inaugurated the Government Medical College, constructed at a cost of Rs. 715 crores, and laid the foundation stone for a 1,000-bed government hospital.
KCR also inaugurated a 2,460 double-bedroom housing complex in Siddipet which was constructed at a cost of Rs. 145 crores on 45 acres of land and inaugurated a function hall and integrated market in the colony which was named KCR Nagar.
The CM inaugurated the underground drainage system in Siddipet built at a cost of Rs. 278.50 crores as part of the Swach Siddipet programme. KCR also inaugurated the water resources department's guesthouse on Palla Gutta Island in the Ranganayaka reservoir.