Minister Amaranatha Reddy addressing the Janmabhoomi programme at DSA Grounds in Chittoor on Friday. Chittoor MP N Sivaprasad and others are also seen
Minister Amaranatha Reddy addressing the Janmabhoomi programme at DSA Grounds in Chittoor on Friday. Chittoor MP N Sivaprasad and others are also seen

Chittoor: To provide a permanent solution for drinking and irrigation water shortage in Rayalaseema region, the State government is committed to complete the HNSS and GNSS projects on priority basis, said Minister Amaranatha Reddy.

He participated in the valedictory of the 6th phase of ‘Janmabhoomi-Maa Vooru’ programme at DSA Grounds here on Friday. Addressing the gathering, the Minister said Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu is making efforts to complete the Polavaram Project, the biggest one in India, in record time.

He came down heavily on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not fulfilling the promises of the AP Reorganisation Act. He alleged that the YSRCP is obstructing development in the State. Enlisting the achievements of the State government in the last four-and-a-half years, the Minister claimed that 4.5 lakh educated youth were getting Rs 1,000 as monthly assistance. Chittoor MP N Sivaprasad described the Chief Minister as ‘Apara Bhagiratha’.

ZP Chairperson Girvani, Chittoor MLA D A Satyaprabha, MLC B N Rajasimhulu, Mayor K Hemalatha and District Collector P S Pradyumna also spoke. TDP District President P Nani, Joint Collector P S Girisha, District SP Vikrant Patil and others were present. Officials of DRDA and Education department have mobilised large number of SHG members and students to make the event a success.
 


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