Amaravati: Minister Nara Lokesh has been specially focused on establishing underground drainage system at a cost of Rs.2600 crore in Andhra Pradesh.
Nearly 10 thousand kilometers underground drainage system establishment activity,the officials have been asked to collect details from collectors of all districts.
Lokesh reviewed with the Panchayati Raj and Rural Development Authorities in the Amravati Secretariat.
The meeting will mainly focus on the formation of underground drainage in villages with more than five thousand people.
Lokesh has finalized the plan for setting up a quality underground drainage system with the linkage as a nail.
"Before 4th of this month all the Administrative permissions and at 10th of this month.
Infrastructure development work should be completed" Lokesh ordered.
The formation of the foundation ceremony by this month 15th and should be finished before September 1st.
In December, 100 villages in the state would be underground drainage system.
By the year ending the work will be completed,all villages were set up as swachh panchayats.