Telangana: Plan to offer 2-BHK houses to over 12,000 nala squatters

June 5, 2022
Telangana: Plan to offer 2-BHK houses to over 12,000 nala squattersHYDERABAD: The Telangana government’s ambitious Musi river development project might be a tough task ahead. As many as 8,400 encroachments have been identified by the Musi River Development Corporation Limited (MRDCL) and the revenue department which need to be removed for taking up various developmental works.

The municipal administration department has been facing a major problem in removing over 12,000 squatters on major nalas in the city. The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) has failed to remove them in the past few years. Now, there is a plan to offer them 2-BHK houses in various locations.

According to the municipal administration department annual report, Musi riverfront development has been planned in 55-km boundary demarcated by officials. “MRDCL had demarcated river boundary and buffer zone first in the history of Musi river by conducting survey with differential global positioning system. Mandal-wise maps have also been prepared with coordinates,” the report stated.

The beautification works, which began three years ago, could complete only some works like installing floating trash barriers and disposal of trash and construction of walkways and some other works.

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