The homes, built at the cost of Rs.95.58 crore as part of the prestigious Dignity Housing Program of the Telangana State Government, were handed over to 840 beneficiaries in Ziaguda, 192 in Ghode-ki-Khabar and 120 in Kattela Mandi.
At the time, Rama Rao asked people not to believe in middle men to get a home, adding that the officials concerned would recognise the beneficiaries in a transparent manner.
The government had invested Rs.9 lakh on the construction of each house worth Rs.40 lakh. Facilities such as Anganwadi, Bakshi Dawakhana and the library were given in the Dignity Housing Colony.
“All the slums in these locations have been redeveloped into beautiful homes in a community with amenities for all,” the Minister tweeted. (INN)