Nizamabad: Recession or not, KCR never stops welfare schemes
Roads and Buildings Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy said Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will never stop implementing development programmes and welfare schemes in the State even during the economic recession.
Nizamabad: Roads and Buildings Minister Vemula Prashanth Reddy said Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao will never stop implementing development programmes and welfare schemes in the State even during the economic recession.
On Wednesday, he had participated in various activities at Anksapoor and Bheegal towns in Velpur mandal. At Anksapur, the Minister distributed sheep free to cattlemen and later Bathukamma saris were distributed to women. Speaking on the occasion, Minister Prashanth Reddy said any welfare scheme will not be stopped due to recession, which occurred due to the Central government's economic policies. "The TRS government is ready to face adverse economic conditions and the Chief Minister's policies are designed in such a way that people will not suffer any financial inconvenience," he said.
Prashant Reddy urged the cattlemen not to sell the sheep as the main purpose behind the sheep distribution is to improve the Golla and Kurma community people.
The Minister distributed Bathukamma saris in Bheemgal and said that a total of 4.83 lakh saris has been distributed in the district. About 12,000 weavers were employed for making the saris.
District Collector M Rammohan Rao asked the villagers to keep their houses, surroundings, roads etc clean. Stating that Bathukamma saris are of good quality, he said that the people of the State are happy with KCR's view on the two issues of development and welfare.
MLC Rajeshwar Rao, Pastoral Affairs Department JD Balik Ahmed, RDO Srinivas, Mepma PD Ramu, Bheemgal Municipal Commissioner Gangadhar, Zilla Parishad Territorial Constituency members Bharathi, Ravi, Jamuna, Mahesh and others accompanied the Minister.