This initiative of GHMC is changing the picture of Hyderabad
This initiative of GHMC is changing the picture of Hyderabad

Hyderabad is such a city that never stays back to take new initiatives. The recent initiative is to involve citizens in the protection of water bodies and open spaces in the city has started to yield positive results within a short time. Started by Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao as the Assets Protection Cell (APC) of the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation’s EVDM wing, the concept has caught up with citizens who have been proactively responding by alerting authorities on encroachments in their areas. Last week, a parking space was saved from encroachment in Gowthami Nagar, Chandanagar.

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On Tuesday, an open space measuring nearly 700 square yards was saved in KPHB by the Enforcement Vigilance and Disaster Management. Ever since the APC was started, the Cell has been getting grievances regarding park space, lake area and open space invasions from different areas in GHMC limits. In total, the APC has received about 260 grievances till the end of August, a majority of them pertaining to open spaces intrusion, followed by keeping of park spaces and efforts to invade lake areas.

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Among the six zones of GHMC, the greatest number of grievances of 71 have been recorded from the Serilingampally zone, followed by LB Nagar zone (65). The most limited complaints are from Secunderabad zone (24). From beyond the GHMC limits, many from neighboring municipalities and municipal corporations have been lodging complaints with APC. More than 1,600 such complaints were registered by the APC and the same were shared with the respective municipalities and municipal corporations.

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