To provide housing to journalists, the Journalists Co-operative Housing Society at Hyderabad and Secunderabad In Ranga Reddy. The Journalists Co-operative Housing Society developed Kotamraju Rama Rao colony at Banjara Hills on Five acres of land provided by the then Chief Minister, Kasu Brahmananda Reddy at a nominal rate in 1969. About 42 journalists got house sites in 1971 there. The then President of India V.V. Giri inaugurated it. In the second Phase, the then Chief Minister Dr. Marri Chenna Reddy allotted 25 acres of land at Jubilee Hills. The Society developed house sites for about 224 journalists. The Colony was named after the legendary journalist, M, Chalapthi Rao in 1980. Later, successive Chief Ministers, Mr. T. Anjaiah and Mr. N.T. Rama Rao sanctioned funds for the creation of infrastructure for the colony. In the third phase, the then Chief Minister Mr. Kotla Vijaya Bhaskar Reddy provided 60 acres of land at Gopannapalli near University of Hyderabad. The society developed the sites and allotted house plots to about 560 journalists there.
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