Authorities have completed the land acquisition process to set up a textile park in Warangal district of Telangana in India which has been in pipeline for more than six years. The upcoming park is touted to be the biggest ‘fibre to fabric’ (end-to-end) facility in the country.
The land acquisition for the proposed park was initially carried out in Devunuru and Mupparam villages under Dharmasagar mandal. Later the venue was changed as authorities sensed trouble in getting clearance from the forest wing as the area belongs to Forest Department.
Later they decided to go for land in Sangem and Geesukonda mandals in Warangal Rural district. Land acquisition there too got delayed due to farmers’ agitation and political hue and cry. With a population of more than 10 lakh, Warangal is the second biggest city in Telangana after Hyderabad.
TSIIC Warangal Zonal Manager Ratan Rathod said: “A detailed project report (DPR), prepared by the Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) will be submitted to the Government soon.”
It’s learnt that Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited is entrusted with the responsibility of submitting Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) to the State Pollution Board.