Hanamkonda: Minister for Animal Husbandry Talasani Srinivas Yadav said the TRS government is trying to strengthen rural economy by providing support to caste-based professions. He spoke to media persons after inaugurating Akhila Bharata Yadava Sangham building here on Tuesday.
Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav releasing fingerlings in a tank in Narsampet on Tuesday
“The sheep scheme is proving to be a major success. In last one-and-a-half-year, the beneficiaries improved their asset base by adding another 35 lakh sheep through reproduction,” Yadav said. Referring to the Pragathi Nivedana Sabha to be held at Kongara Kalan on September 2, he said that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will herald the TRS government’s achievements that no other establishment had succeeded.
By implementing Mission Bhagiratha, 24-hour power supply, Mission Kakatiya and construction of irrigation projects etc, KCR created a history of sorts, Yadava said, appealing to people to make the Kongara Kalan meeting a huge success.
The government, which is also giving fillip to fishermen community, is releasing 81 crore fingerlings in tanks. This apart, the government is targeting distribution of 2.13 lakh milch cattle to farmers for their economic empowerment.
“There are some forces that are trying to undermine the achievements of the TRS government, however, people are well aware of the kind of development taking place in the State,” Yadav said.
Sheep and Meat Development Corporation chairman Kanneboina Rajaiah Yadav and Warangal West MLA D Vinay Bhaskar were among others present.
Elsewhere speaking at Narsampet after releasing fingerlings in a tank, Talasani said that justice was only ensured after the formation of Telangana. He said that the government is spending Rs 1,100 crore for the empowerment of Mudiraj community. By next year, the government will establish fishermen societies in all district headquarters.
Civil Supplies Corporation Chairman Peddi Sudarshan Reddy and Whip B Venkateshwarlu were among others who accompanied Minister.