TRS government junks plan to merge villages with GHMC

HYDERABAD: Fearing backlash from the folks forward of the election yr, the TRS govt has junked the proposal to merge just about 40 gram panchayats with the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) and has clubbed them with 18 new municipalities around the town.

The earlier proposal was aimed toward expanding town limits through merging the IT hall, together with Manikonda and Pocharam, in addition to Shamshabad where the world airport is situated within the GHMC limits. But TRS leaders from the erstwhile Rangareddy districts protested pronouncing that such a transfer would lead to upper taxes and switch the folks against them.

At a public meeting on Friday, municipal management minister Okay T Rama Rao announced the scrapping of the proposal and assured that no new taxes will be levied even within the new municipalities for the next two to 3 years.

Official assets said the largest urban local body can be Nizampet, which will include Nizampet, Pragatinagar and Bachupally. Similarly, the Shamshabad municipality will include areas reminiscent of Shamshabad, Kothwalguda, Satamrai, Ootpally, Tondupally and Chinnagollapally.

“Since there are elected our bodies within the gram panchayats, new municipalities will come into impact only after their tenure is over. The panchayats have tenure until July this yr,” a senior municipal management legitimate said.

The state govt’s initial proposal to merge 40 gram panchayats within the Outer Ring Road (ORR) with the GHMC was to make sure planned expansion, higher management and higher regulation enforcement, basically to curb illegal development. Besides, senior officers together with creditors of Ranga Reddy and Medchal districts had favoured merger of villages within ORR with the civic body. But the municipal management department was forced to withdraw the proposal due to opposition from local politicians due to concern of enhanced taxes if they arrive below the GHMC.

Sources said municipal management minister KT Rama Rao was also in favour of bringing all panchayats within the GHMC, particularly Shamshabad, Manikonda, Nizampet, Bachupally and Adibatla, below town civic body. But opposition from TRS leaders, together with MLAs from Ranga Reddy and Medchal districts, forced him to rethink. “If there is any want for enlargement of GHMC jurisdiction, it's going to be executed sooner or later,” a senior legitimate said.

In the hot meeting session, the federal government had already made an announcement on creation of 68 urban local our bodies around the state through merging 173 villages after finishing touch of the present time period of gram panchayats. Apart from this, seven urban our bodies reminiscent of Jalpally, Jillelaguda, Meerpet, Boduppaly, Peerzadiguda and Medchal, which have been already created through the federal government however whose process was stalled due to court docket cases, have been also cleared.

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