Kondapochamma oustees to get 2BHK houses soon

Work in progress on the Kondapochamma reservoir in Bailampur village of Mulugu mandal in Siddipet district.

Work in progress on the Kondapochamma reservoir in Bailampur village of Mulugu mandal in Siddipet district.   | Photo Credit: MohdArif


About 1,200 units are being constructed

Finally, the district administration is getting ready to allot double bedroom houses to the land oustees of Kondapochamma reservoir coming up in Gajwel constituency limits.

Three villages and one tanda – Bahilampur, Mamidyala, Thanedarpally and Thanedarpally tanda — are getting submerged under the reservoir. Double bedroom houses (2BHK) are being constructed for them at Tunki Bollaram. About 1,200 units are being constructed and half the number is almost complete. The administration wants to make the first allotment of 200 houses to the oustees and conduct housewarming ceremony in the first week or second week of this month.

Collector P. Venkatarami Reddy recently visited the colony and examined the ongoing works for about two hours and held a meeting. He enquired about the number of workers engaged and how many houses were totally completed.

“Officials of various departments should stay here and see that all the arrangements are completed without any lapse,” the Collector instructed the officials. He said that Tunkibollaram, Mutrajpally (Mallannasagar) and Lingareddypally (Anantagiri) colonies would be model Rehabilitation and Resettlement (R&R) colonies in the country.


A grocery shop, a tea stall and other such facilities would also be put in place in a couple of days, in addition to central lighting and supply of potable water.

“The construction of 600 houses was already completed and allotment of 200 houses would be made in the next week for oustees of Thanedarpally and Thanedarpally tanda.

Construction of another 200 houses is under progress. Remaining houses were entrusted to three contractors to see that it would be completed in the next three months,” D. Vijayender Reddy, Revenue Divisional Officer (RDO), Gajwel, informed The Hindu.

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