Telangana Ministers hail KCR at TRS plenary

Telangana Ministers hail KCR at TRS plenary
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As TRS is holding its plenary to commemorate the fifteenth anniversary of the party in Khammam on Wednesday, the town turned pink with the numerous party banners and hoardings put up for the occasion.

As TRS is holding its plenary to commemorate the fifteenth anniversary of the party in Khammam on Wednesday, the town turned pink with the numerous party banners and hoardings put up for the occasion. The welcome speech of the plenary was given by Minister and TRS candidate for Palair Assembly constituency, Thummala Nageswar Rao. Greeting Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, ministers, leaders and workers, Thummala Nageswar Rao paid homage to those who had given up their lives during the movement to attain separate Telangana state.

MP Kesava Rao too spoke on the occasion and said that finding a party and setting up the government is only half the battle won as the party is strengthened only if the responsibility is taken up by each and every one of the workers. The MP applauded KCR for his acumen and statesmanship in leading TRS party.

Irrigation Minister Harish Rao said that TRS is focussing on irrigating the dry districts of Warangal, Nalgonda and Palamur. Harish Rao further stated that various irrigating projects and pending projects have been utilized to irrigate lakhs of acres of land in all the districts in order to transform into green districts and thus changing the face of Telangana.

Comparing TRS to the previous governance, Mayor Bonthu Rammohan said that Hyderabad prominence will change to an international city with a Chief Minister like KCR and a minister like KT Rama Rao. Minister Eetala Rajender too on the occasion said that the TRS government was the first to offer fine rice for midday meals in government schools and colleges for poor children, gave pensions to the aged, handicapped and to widows.

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