Deeksha Diwas fete held on grand note
Taking part in the Deeksha Diwas celebrations held in Nalgonda on Tuesday, the Minister said people elected KCR in 2014 elections after the former...
Nalgonda: Minister for Energy and SC Development G Jagadish Reddy opined that TRS founder president K Chandrashekar Rao’s indefinite fast was the crucial episode in Telangana agitation which not only united people from the region, but also paved concrete way for the creation of separate State.
Taking part in the Deeksha Diwas celebrations held in Nalgonda on Tuesday, the Minister said people elected KCR in 2014 elections after the former realised their long-cherished dream of separate State.
Considering public agenda as government agenda through good governance, the Chief Minister had succeeded in placing the State on top in the country in a short span of two-and-a-half years, he said.
Stating that KCR was doing justice to all sections of the society through innovative welfare programmes, Jagadish Reddy added that State government was giving top priority to education in order to help students grab international opportunities. As part of developing education sector, the government established more number of Gurukuls across the State, he added.
In Nalgonda town, the Minister long with MP Gutha Sukender Reddy and Forest Development Corporation Chairman Banda Narender Reddy unveiled the new statue of Telangana Talli near NG College and launched blood donation camp at Girls Junior College.
Free meal and bread distribution to patients in hospitals and blood donation camps were held on the occasion.ZP Chairman Balu Naik, MLAs Baskar Rao and Vemula Veeresham, Red Cross district chairman G Amarender Reddy, party workers and students took part in the programmes.