– Construction of 17,000 Jagananna colonies in two phases
– Minister of State for Civil Supplies Kodali Nani
Kaikaluru, June 3: State Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister Kodali Srivenkateswara Rao (Nani) has said that Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has embarked on a historic event unprecedented in the history of the country. From the camp office in Thadepalli on Thursday, CM Jaganmohan Reddy launched housing works across the state through a virtual approach. As part of this, Minister of State for Transport and Information and Public Relations Perni Venkatramayya (Nani) along with several MLAs, Minister Kodali Nani participated in the inaugural function of housing held at the YSR Jagananna Green Village Housing Colony in Kaikaluru, Krishna District. Speaking on the occasion, Minister Kodali Nani said that the construction work of 862 houses has been started in the first installment for the construction of 3,000 houses on 92 acres in Kaikaluru. Navaratnalu by 2023 – The government will fully fulfill the promise of houses for the poor. In the first phase, 8,905 houses will be constructed and in the second phase, 8,100 houses will be constructed. He said the government would spend Rs 50,944 crore. For infrastructure, The government has allocated Rs 32,909 crore. He said the first phase of construction of houses would provide Rs. 21.70 crore working days to the employed workers. The construction of the house, the cost of infrastructure, depending on the area of Rs. 5 lakh to Rs. 10 lakh. Those whose names are not on the list of beneficiaries can apply again. Minister Kodali Nani said that within 90 days of application, all the qualifications will be examined and the house title will be granted. State Transport and Information and Public Relations Minister Perni Venkatramayya (Nani) said that CM Jaganmohan Reddy has started the construction of 15.60 lakh houses in the first phase along with providing housing to about 31 lakh poor families in the state. Rs.1.80 lakh as financial gain from the government. CM Jaganmohan Reddy said they were working with the aim of addressing the plight of the poor. “People from all walks of life and women want CM Jaganmohan Reddy to stay cool for ten years and continue as CM,” Nani said. District Collector AMD Intiaz said that houses have been distributed to 12,000 poor people in Kaikaluru and construction work will be done in two tranches. Government Whip Samineni Udayabhanu, MLAs Dulam Nageswara Rao, Jogi Ramesh, Kokkiligadda Rakshannidhi, Vasantha Krishna Prasad, District Joint Collectors Dr. K Madhavilatha, L Shivashankar, Gudivada RDO G Sreenukumar and others were present on the occasion.