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Telangana Cabinet takes key decision

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Telangana Cabinet takes key decision

Hyderabad, March 12 (INN): The state cabinet met under the chairmanship of Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy at the Secretariat on Tuesday and took several key decisions.

Later, Ministers Ponguleti Srinivas Reddy, D Sridhar Babu, Ponnam Prabhakar and Komatireddy Venkatreddy briefed the media about the cabinet decisions.

The cabinet gave approval to the Indiramma housing scheme, which enables the construction of 3500 houses in each assembly constituency in the 1st phase. As many as 4.5 lakh houses to be built this year with an outlay of Rs 22,500 crores. The cabinet also gave approval to give white ration cards to eligible people soon. Guidelines in this regard will be formulated in a couple of days.

The cabinet also agreed to set up 16 corporations for OBCs, SCs and STs. They are Mudiraj, Yadava Kurma, Munnurukapu, Padmasali, Perika, Medara, Gangaputra, Lingayath, Aryavysya, Reddy, Mala and Madiga and their sub-sects, Komaram Bheem Adivasi, Sant Sevalal Lambadi and Ekalavya corporation.

The cabinet approved giving 25-30 acres of land near Outer Ring Road to establish Bazaars exclusively for women.

The cabinet also approved the setting up of a judicial commission to enquire about the irregularities and corruption committed in the Kaleswaram Project.  It will be headed by former Supreme Court Judge Pinakini Chandra Ghosh and it submit the report within 100 days. Similarly Retired Justice L Narasimha Reddy commission to enquire irregularities in Bhadradri, Yadadri power projects.  The commission will also enquire power purchase agreement with the Chattisgarh government made by the previous government.

The Minister said that 84 per cent of beneficiaries have received the Rythu Bandhu amount, and in the next two days, it will reach 93 per cent. The cabinet also agreed to provide jobs to DSC – 2008  qualified teachers. It authorised officials to take steps to take steps to ensure that there is no drinking water scarcity during the summer season. (INN)

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