ghmc requests financial assistance 570 CR from central government for development


With substantial downpours hitting Hyderabad city, the state government chose to take up help measures on a war-balance.

Under the National Disaster Response Fund, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has applied for Rs 566 crore money related help from the Central Government.

Affirming this, a senior GHMC official said the civil partnership was looking for monetary guide through the legislature of the state.

Rundown of Required Relief Fund

The municipal corporation looks for Rs 566 crore budgetary guide incorporate

  • Rs 83 crore to reestablish the stormwater channels
  • Rs 54 crore for lakes rebuilding works
  • Rs 59 crore to reestablish 1,200 km BT streets
  • Rs 370 crore for laying CC streets

CM Relief Fund Donations

Meanwhile, Mayor Bonthu Rammohan, Deputy Mayor Baba Fasiuddin, corporate delegates and individuals from the co-choice have consented to give their month to month pay to the CM Relief Fund.

The individuals from the Board of Secunderabad Cantonment have pronounced that their four-month pay would be given to the CM Relief Fund. Letters with this impact were given over by the Mayor to Mr KTR, the Minister of Municipal Administration and Urban Development.


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