2 other sites in consideration for the transfer of the market from Gaddiannaram – The New Indian Express


Through Express news service

HYDERABAD: The issue of moving the Gaddiannaram Fruit Market from its current location is back to square one. Now the government is considering the Victoria Memorial Playground in Kothapet, or Koheda Village, in addition to Batasingaram, as an alternative. The government had recently attempted to move the market to Batasingaram, but its efforts were met with a roadblock with fruit traders moving the High Court, complaining about the lack of facilities.

The High Court then set October 18 as the deadline for establishing the necessary facilities to move the market to Batasingaram. The government wanted to move the market to Gaddiannaram because it wanted to build a super-specialized hospital there, and it wants to anchor the work as soon as possible. Meanwhile, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao gave orders to explore alternative sites to relocate the market after AIMIM chief Akbaruddin Owaisi, speaking in the assembly, called on the government to reconsider his decision.

As a result, Ministers Md Mahmood Ali (Home), S Niranjan Reddy (Agriculture) and P Sabitha Indra Reddy (Education) met with AIMIM MPs Jafar Hussain and Ahmed Bin Abdullah Balala, who urged ministers to consider the Victoria Memorial Home in Kothapet. But the officials concerned told them that all the facilities had been created in Batasingaram by then.

Another proposal has been made to move the market to Koheda village, and until all the necessary facilities are installed there, the market can be moved to Batasingaram. Later, the Ministers tentatively decided to use two sites of the Batasingaram Logistics Park for the market, on a temporary basis. The three of them will visit the alternative sites discussed at Monday’s meeting and make a decision on the matter.

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