CM chides Opposition for hindering progress
Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy went on inauguration spree in Huzurnagar Assembly constituency in Nalgonda...
Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy went on inauguration spree in Huzurnagar Assembly constituency in Nalgonda district represented by his ministerial colleague N Uttam Kumar Reddy on Friday by laying foundation stones for several development works costing about Rs 216 crore.
He also promised to sanction a bridge over river Krishna to connect Guntur district at a cost of Rs 40 crore and a bypass road for the constituency headquarter. Addressing the people, the Chief Minister came down heavily against opposition parties accusing them of hindering development in the state.
Kiran Kumar Reddy said Congress was the only party, which worked for the welfare of SCs, STs and backward castes by allocating huge funds for their welfare. He said Chandrababu Naidu who was now speaking of BCs welfare allotted only Rs. 150 crores per year while his government allotted Rs. 4027 crores this year alone.
Speaking on the occasion, PCC chief Botcha Satyanarayana castigated those joining YSRCP and said they had to go jail to get their admission into that party. He said the welfare schemes did not belong to any person but to the Congress party.
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