Hyderabad: The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi said on Saturday that various works in the city have been undertaken by the corporation at a cost of Rs 985 crores under the Strategic Nala Development Program (SNDP).
The mayor conducted a surprise inspection in the Chandanagar circle of Serlingampally, where restoration works of the canal from Irla pond to the NH 65 have been undertaken at a cost of Rs 10.30 crores.
Speaking on the occasion, the mayor said, “60 works have been undertaken at a cost of Rs 985 crore, 37 works worth Rs 735 crore have begun and are in various stages of development. In the municipalities around Hyderabad, 23 works worth Rs 238 crore have been undertaken.”
The mayor said that protective measures have been taken to prevent any problems with the rivers during the monsoon season. She added that development work related to the beautification of the Eedu pond has been taken up.
As part of the pond beautification works, the development of a garden, embankment strengthening, cycling, walking track and other public areas will be undertaken to make the area accessible to the people.