Ahead of polls, Secunderabad Cantonment Board ward members try to look busy
| Thursday | 11th July, 2019
By Express News ServiceHYDERABAD: Waking up from a four-year-long slumber, the Secunderabad Cantonment Board’s (SCB) elected representatives have flooded it with files and proposals of works to be taken up in their respective wards.
In a bid to prove that they have taken up works in their areas ahead of Cantonment board polls slated for December later this year, the eight SCB elected members are now fighting tooth and nail for funds.
With the instruction from the Ministry of Defence (MoD), the SCB has already started preparing data of electoral civilian wards.
There are eight civilian wards under SCB, and with a population of four lakh, the Secunderabad cantonment is the largest in the country.
The just initiated work will be completed within two months and soon the State government will also resolve the water supply issues in Cantonment,” said he.
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