Adopted by KTR, Kodangal constituency on the path of development

Kodangal constituency is on the path of development as CM KCR and IT Minister KTR laid a special focus on the constituency.After the victory of MLA Patnam Narendra Reddy in the 2018 elections, Kodangal was adopted by Minister KTR and in the last five years, a total of Rs. 2000 crore sanctioned to the constituency, which emerged as a model constituency.

Two municipalities Kodangal and Kosgi have been formed in the constituency. As part of the first phase development of the municipalities, Rs.15 crore was sanctioned to Kodangal and Kosgi each. Construction of CC roads, underground drainage, construction of vegetable and meat markets and others have been undertaken in many wards under the respective municipalities.

The development works in the two municipalities have gained momentum with the sanctioning of Rs. 50 crores additionally. In the wake of the government’s initiative to provide quality medical services to the people modern hospital buildings have been constructed in Kodangal, Kosgi and Maddur mandals with Rs.19 crore. Kodangal Civil Hospital was constructed with 50-beds capacity at a cost of Rs.5.50 crores. A dialysis centre has been set up.

Through Mission Bhagiratha, 90 lakh liters of drinking water is being supplied every day in 220 villages of the constituency. Grid works have been undertaken with an estimate of Rs.167 crores for the establishment of Mission Bhagiratha. Rs. 17 crore have been spent on the maintenance of works like tanks, pipelines and setting up taps for house-to-house water supply in the villages. 23 million liters of water is being purified daily in the water treatment plant set up in Siddhinampu area of Kodangal town suburb.

Under Mission Kakatiya, 140 tanks and ponds were desilted in Kodangal, Bonraspeta and Daultabad mandals at a cost of Rs.39 crore. As a result 56,425 acres of land in the constituency is being irrigated. 17 check dams have been constructed in Bonraspet, Tunkimetla and Mahantipur villages at a cost of Rs.60 crores.

The government is taking steps to undertake the tender process for the construction of a canal to irrigate 1.20 lakh acres under the Kodangal-Narayanapet lift project.