Borabanda: The Telangana government while unveiling the double bed-room housing scheme has promised dwellers double bedroom flats in the place of huts. Dwellers were requested to vacate the place in 2017. Construction of houses in the Kamala Nagar have still not been completed.”With an objective to develop slum areas into proper colonies, project of double bedroom constructions for dwellers and below poverty line people was started in 2017 in Kamala Nagar, Borabanda. Cost and evacuation related hurdles led to slow speed of work. Also Read – Warrant issued against Renuka Chowdhury in cheating case Advertise With Us Contractors blame on low construction cost designated for the each unit and fixed at Rs1250 per square feet. Solving the disputes internally, pace of constructions has picked up now; it had been slow for a long time. However, by the end of December we shall complete the construction of 210 flats and very soon completed 2BHK units will be handed over to the rightful beneficiaries,” says Krishna, senior revenue officer at Khairatabad. He also urges dwellers not to pay any amount to middle-men for the constructions as government is doing it for free-of-cost. Also Read – Parts of Hyderabad witness heavy rainfall Advertise With Us Speaking about the long wait, a dweller said, “It’s been two-and-a-half years that we are living in these rented sheds, and we still believe that the government stands by us. All we request the official is to consider us with utmost priority and speed up the construction work.” “For two years we have been waiting for the shelter. We are losing business opportunity,” says Chinthaiya, dweller of Kamala Nagar.