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New fire stations to come up across Telangana

Friday, 14 Jun 2024
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The Telangana state government has taken steps to strengthen the fire department, and towards this, it will provide Rs 190.14 crore funds which will equip it with new technology and advanced equipment for swift response during fire accidents. New fire department buildings will be constructed in Chennur, Nizamabad Rural, Palakurti, Jayashankar-Bhupalpally, Wyra, Kothakota, Maktal, Kodangal, Aleru, Khanapur, Motkur and Jadcharla.

Fire stations will come up at Medchal-Malkajigiri, Chandrayanagutta, Jubilee Hills, Amberpet, Rajendranagar and Shadnagar. Also, single-vehicle stations at Alampur, Maqtal, Station Ghanpur, Narsapur, Husnabad, Dornakal, Kalvakurti, Pinapaka, Balkonda, Dharmapuri, Nandipet will be upgraded to two-vehicle stations. Of this, the Central government will release Rs 142.61 crore and the state government will provide Rs 47.53 crore.

These funds will be released soon, and would be utilised by 2026. 

In the instance of accidents occurring in tall buildings, modern machines are required to initiate quick relief measures during disasters in industries and other areas. The construction of multi-storied buildings of 100 to 200 mtrs. is underway in Hyderabad. As part of this strategy, Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy is focused on this department.

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