KMC fixes Rs.1,800-cr infra spend on radar

    Kolkata Infrastructure Facilities
    In its quest to build world-class infrastructure facilities across the city, the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has set aside a whopping sum of Rs. 1,800-cr for the upcoming fiscal. The targeted funds would be invested on the improvement of water supply, roads, sewerage, solid waste management and parks, among other things, Mayor Sovan Chatterjee said, claiming that it is for the first time, the KMC has earmarked 38% of its budget allocation for infrastructure development. The civic authorities have increased the total budget outlay from Rs. 3,745.10-cr to Rs. 4,709.01-cr this year. A section of south Kolkata residents suffering from acute water crisis may finally get adequate filtered-water supply from Garden Reach water treatment plant. A new plant with a capacity to produce 25 million gallons of filtered water will be constructed to cater drinking water needs of Joka, Behala, Tollygunge, Kalighat, and Kidderpore and also the residents of Cossipore, R G Kar Road, Northern Avenue, Bagbazar, Hatibagan are going to get 24-hour water supply after the Asian Development Bank funded project is commissioned, he insisted.
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