THURSDAY 19 JULY 2018 HYDERABAD | PAGES 16 ‘2BHK houses will be allotted to true beneficiaries’ As many as 11,657 applications from 34 Wards have been received so far Siddipet: The process of allotting the double bedroom houses to the true beneﬁciaries in the district was in the process overseen by the district Collector P Venkat Ram Reddy along with the district level officials, said Minister T Harish Rao in review meeting here on Wednesday. The allotment process will be warding wise in a fair and transparent manner beneﬁtting every homeless poor family in the town. Each house is built at a cost of Rs 15 lakh with a market value of above Rs 20 lakh. So far, 11,657 applications from 34 Wards have been received. The selection of the beneﬁciaries will carried out by district level official appointed to each Ward by conducting investigation with their status of the residence including rented houses with photos and the lists will be stuck to the walls in the Ward denoting all the details of eligible and ineligible applicants including their ﬁxed properties. Municipal Chairman P rajanarsu, Collector Venkat Ram Reddy and other officials were also present at the meeting. Earlier, the Minister at his residence distributed cheques of Chief Minister’s Relief Fund worth Rs 13.04 lakh to the 39 beneﬁciaries. Later, in the evening, the Minister relaxed from his busy schedule of his portfolios by unwinding himself at the tourist spot Komati Cheruvu at the town. The Minister was seen spending his time with boating, playing musical instruments, strolling on the tank bund, and going for a spin on the golf cart. Recruitment of Anganwadi 03 workers underway No credit plan for kharif; farmers left in the lurch 02
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