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TRS Nalgonda meeting: KCR showcases four years of TRS rule
TRS party chief and caretaker chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao began the public meeting in Nalgonda with the introduction of the party candidates who are contesting for the upcoming elections
Nalgonda: TRS party chief and caretaker chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao began the public meeting in Nalgonda with the introduction of the party candidates who are contesting for the upcoming elections.
KCR recalled the Nalgonda people participation in Rythu agitation and Telangana movement saying that he shares a special bond with them. He also added that the people strength had given him to achieve statehood.
TRS has come to power when the state is having a tough time with the suicides of farmers and power crisis.
KCR also took the names of the schemes which are benefitting to the people like Mission Bhagiratha, 24-hour power supply for farmers, hike in salaries of Anganwadi and municipal workers.
He also said that the government has waived the loans of the poor farmers.
KCR also said that the government has increased the capacity of food processing units to 23 lakh metric tonnes from 18 lakh adding that the state had only 4 lakh metric tonnes.
The Sheep scheme proposed in the state has become a drastic hit with the distribution of 65 lakh sheep, KCR said. Earlier, the state used to import sheep, he added.