Road widening talks hit by bad weather
Rajendranagar : In order to ensure the peaceful possession of lands attached to religious institutions for the widening of the road from Aram Ghar to Shamshabad, a meeting of all stakeholders was recently convened at the office of the Revenue Divisional Officer, Rajendranagar to discuss at length of the question.
Chaired by Rangareddy District Collector Amoy Kumar, the meeting witnessed the presence of endowment officials, the Wakf Board of Directors, the Revenue Department and the National Road of Authority in addition to members of the management committees of religious institutions.
As road widening work neared completion on the section from Aram Ghar to Shamshabad on National Road No.44, authorities are now on the verge of completing the remaining task at isolated locations on the road. stretch that have not been affected so far due to its religious character.
According to officials, there are around 13 structures of a religious nature located under the road stretching from Aram Ghar to Shamshabad, which includes temples (small and large) in at least three locations in addition to a Chilla and a dargah under the limits of Rajendranagar.
“Although most of the road widening works have been completed on both sides of the stretch, few structures like temples, chilla and dargah still have not touched keeping open the scope of deliberations with the parties. stakeholders before moving forward with the plan. While some structures would suffer partially the other should be razed completely “, informed an official on condition of anonymity.
During the meeting, all stakeholders voiced their concerns to officials while MPP T Prakash Goud also granted a patient hearing to the population. While the MP asked for a little more time to discuss the matter with members of the temple and mosque committee before communicating the same to officials, the Rangareddy collector decided to call the next meeting on September 3. , to resume deliberations on the matter and put the process in place. on the right track.
Earlier to check the situation on the road, local MP Rajendranagar T Prakash Goud along with RDO Chandrakala, MRO Chandrashakher and Tahsildar Shamshabad Janardhan visited the places where the religious structures existed. A few months later, the deputy also held a meeting with temple committee members in his camp office to discuss the matter with officials.
“As most of the work on the project has been completed, officials are now committed to completing the remaining task within the next two months and the same will be true at a next proposed meeting to be held on September 3 with all stakeholders, ”he added. official informed.