Telangana to see more industrial parks in Dandumalkapur and Choutuppal areas. 

When KTR, the Minister of Municipal Administration and Urban Development of Telangana inaugurated the Green Industrial Park at Dandumalkapur, he announced that the Telangana government plans to develop another 10 parks across the ‘Hyderabad-Vijayawada’ highway area. This announcement was made with great enthusiasm, as the industrial parks are expected to bring a lot of jobs and development to the region. The park is developed by Telangana Industrialists Federation (TIF) and Telangana State Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC), and it is expected to be a major boon for the local economy and will help create the ‘Next Gachibowli.’

So, what are the new mega-industrial parks?

  • Hyderabad Pharma City at Mucherla
  • Medical Devices Park at Sultanpur
  • Mega Textile Park at Warangal
  • Electronic Manufacturing Clusters at Maheswaram
  • Kakatiya Mega Textile Park at Geesugonda
  • Mega Food Park at Buggapadu
  • Zaheerabad National Investment Zone at Sanga Reddy
  • Spice Park at Velour
  • Seed Park at Bandamylaram
  • Plastic Park in Thummaluru
  • Auto Nagar Parks in Miryalaguda and Kundanpally Ramagundam

These parks will be set up in districts such as Ranga Reddy, Warangal, Sanga Reddy, Khammam, Nizamabad, Siddipet, Nalgonda, and Peddapally.

What do we know about these parks? 

To develop the ‘Hyderabad-Vijayawada’ highway area, the state government is growing parks in various sectors like agriculture, irrigation, power, and welfare. The TSIIC has been working alongside the government and in a press meeting announced that these parks will be built on about 50,000 acres of land; 70% of the land has already been allotted.

Built on nearly 2,000 acres of land, the Kakatiya Mega Textile Park (KMTP), will be one of the biggest textile parks in India. The park will provide employment to nearly 20,000 people – mostly women. The Medical Devices Park at 250 acres is already under construction. The Pharma City Project is still in progress as it needs a major chunk of plots, nearly 19,333 acres, and land allocation is not fully completed.

What do these parks have in common?

All these industrial parks will be built in massive spaces and provide employment to the local youth. Residential spaces will be built in the parks for everyone, right from floor workers to executive-level employees. These kinds of housing colonies encourage ‘walk-to-work.’ The parks will also have basic amenities like healthcare facilities, dormitories, restaurants, commercial spaces, and fuel stations.

Other than these parks, the government is also developing IT towers, T-Hub centres, and transportation facilities in the ‘Hyderabad-Vijayawada’ highway area.

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