The 500 -hectare construction project, renovated in the homeowner’s city of Hyderabad Parma, was announced on Wednesday.
HYDERABAD: With the aim of landowners to distribute their land to those expected to be in Hyderabad Parma City on the outskirts of the city, the state government has donated 121 square meters (4,840 hectares) of paddy fields). They will receive compensation following the Property Law, 2013
The 500 -hectare construction project, renovated in the homeowner’s city of Hyderabad Parma, was announced on Wednesday. Minister Sabita Indra Reddy along with MP Chevella Ranjit Reddy, vice president of Telangana National Industries Corporation (TSIIC), and EV director Nara simha Reddy announced the plan.
The government has acquired thousands of hectares for the development of the town of Hyderabad Parma near Sham Shaba in Range reddy province, which is considered a strong industrial group. In addition to paying property fees based on land use laws, the project assures landowners that there will be suitable members for each family to use.
Again, the necessary training, if necessary, will be provided with state funds
The colonial building, renovated to 500 hectares, may cover many areas with similar functions such as markets, PHCs, sports fields, and more. Circuits, street lights, and dirty systems. With essential needs, the program will have centers, hospitals, public schools or universities, playgrounds (cricket nets, volley playgrounds, meditation areas, and children’s play areas), parks, supermarkets, police stations, temples, and tombs.