Hyderabad

Animal welfare centre launched at Fathullaguda

The modern Animal Welfare Centre constructed by the GHMC at Fathullaguda of Hayatnagar circle, has been launched on Saturday.

The centre was launched by Minister Ch. Malla Reddy, in the presence of Mayor Bonthu Ram Mohan, MP Revanth Reddy, MLA Sudheer Reddy, and MLC Mallesham.

The centre has been built to give shelter to a maximum of 400 street dogs, 200 monkeys, and over 50 buffaloes, a press statement from the corporation informed. Already, two centres exist at Amberpet, and Jeedimetla, it said.

The Minister also laid foundation to the traffic island beautification work worth ₹25 lakh at Chintalkunta Junction of L.B.Nagar, besides launching the work for box drain at Ayyappa Colony near Nagole with an expenditure of ₹1.96 crore. Works for 600 mm tunk sewerage work with estimated cost of ₹88 lakh at Fathullaguda too have been launched, along with a model market in Lalitha Nagar of Nagole built with an expenditure of ₹88 lakh, the note said.

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