Telangana Priest KT Rama Rao has contacted Union Priest for Urban Matters Hardeep Singh Puri to intend vibrant reforms in city preparation and also administration

As visuals of a waterlogged Bengaluru play out on television displays, Telangana Preacher KT Rama Rao has sent a message to those buffooning the IT hub and stated “no Indian city is immune to disastrous effects of environment adjustment”.

The minister, widely called KTR, has actually contacted Union Priest for Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri to intend strong reforms in city preparation as well as administration to deal with obstacles of fast urbanisation.

” To all those who are buffooning the water-logged Bengaluru: Our cities are our key financial engines driving the States’/ Nation’s development With quick urbanisation & sub-urbanisation, framework is bound to fall apart as we haven’t infused adequate resources right into upgrading the very same,” tweeted the Telangana minister and Principal Priest K Chandrashekar Rao’s kid.

” No Indian city (including my state’s resources city) today is unsusceptible to the disastrous repercussions of climate modification. If India has to remain to grow, we require well-laid, collective funding appropriations of Union & State Govts integrated right into extreme improvement in infrastructure,” he added.

Requiring radical steps to resolve these issues, he claimed, “We require strong reforms in urban preparation & administration. Escape traditional way of thinking & point radical. Clean Roadways, Clean Water, Clean Air & Better Tornado water monitoring systems are not tough to build.”

He stated “some Bengaluru leaders” have “taunted” Hyderabad locals over comparable scenarios in the past, but included that there is a requirement to “pick up from each others’ experiences and also show the might of collective will”.

“I am aware that several of friends in Hyderabad will not like what I said. Due to the fact that in the past, we were teased by some Bengaluru leaders in similar situations. Yet if we need to grow as a country, we need to gain from each others’ experiences & show the may of cumulative will,” he tweeted.

The remarks come after hefty rain brought about flooding in several parts of Bengaluru and also brought normal life to a dead stop. Traffic jams kilometres-long were reported and also boats had to be released to provide important things to homeowners.

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Last Updated: 6 September 2022