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Rajendranagar Assembly constituency in Telangana: Voters' expectations
As the elections for the assembly and parliament constituencies in Andhra Pradesh have been announced, in an interaction with people of various walks of life from Rajendra Nagar constituency, I tried to enquire the expectations of people from the contesting candidates. I can say their expectations is good and appreciable, which I place before you all.

Public's first reaction was that the elected representatives should not expect that a group of people to come and give representation on their grievances concerning to the locality etc. When the voters send only one representative to the assembly or parliament, they should not demand for a group to submit it.

The elected representative should visit on his own all the areas of his/her constituency instead of waiting for an invitation from a RWA or other organization to take up to date knowledge of the grievances of the locality.

Insist for change in the rules for election of ward committee and area sabhas. There should be direct elections and the real RWAs representatives can play his/her role for the betterment of the ward/locality.

Ensure all households get drinking water in their homes through pipe lines at least two hours a day.

Construction of new filter beds wherever required on war footing basis.

The residential multi-storied building that came up before the year 2008 in the constituency, should be provided water connection at an affordable amount (not in present slab) and depending on number of occupants (flats) connection size should be decided.

GHMC should be impressed upon to increase its share of the rain water harvesting pits and system project for residential buildings. The balance cost of the project to be born by the users should be worked out in such a way that it can be paid by him/her/RWA without any hindrance in short period of time after the work is executed by the authorized engineers of the GHMC.

Constructions of Public Toilets in every kilometer of distance under public private participation or build and operate scheme.

De-silting of storm water drains and nalas should commence in February and complete them by mid may every year.

Should insist stricter implementation of the rules enacted to regulate high fees and donations in private schools and colleges.

Government Upper Primary School at Upparpally should be upgraded to Telugu Medium High School. Mandal Praja Parishad School at Suleman Nagar, Chintalmet area to Urdu Medium High School.

As the area between Upparpally and Hyderguda has become an educational hub, the school and collegiate education department should be impressed upon for the need to set up an English Medium High School, Junior and Degree college in the area, where there is plenty of government land available.

Increase and improve all primary health centres. A multi specialty government hospital be constructed in a centre location of the constituency so that, citizens without any hindrance reach and get high quality health care.

A proper place is needed for cremation, burial and cemetery in and around dairy farm and Upparpally areas of this constituency. Allocation of land should be taken at the earliest.

Road transport bus needed from the important locations in the constituency

Every bus stop should have sign board with other details and bus shelters should be well illuminated. Presently, this lacks in most part of the constituency.

All important junctions should be provided with proper traffic signals. Zebra crossing marking, big size pedestrian cross, gap in median, diversion sign boards should also be erected.

RWAs should be encouraged to collect the property tax from their members with a good cash incentive offer to it.

Presently voter list is prepared irrationally. With the help of RWAs it should be prepared properly and allocation of polling booths should be in the same geographical location of the listed voters.



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