Villages neglected in integrated AP making strides in separate Telangana state: NAFSCOB chairman

RAJANNA-SIRCILLA, SEPTEMBER 20, 2023: The villages, which were neglected in the integrated Andhra Pradesh state, were making steady progress on all fronts in the separate Telangana state under the leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao since last nine years, said Mr Konduru Ravinder Rao, chairman of NAFSCOB, TSCAB and Karimnagar DCCB.

Mr Rao was participating in the ground breaking ceremonies for the construction of community halls for Shalivahana community, Goldsmith community and Ambedkar bhavan at a cost of Rs 5 lakh each and drainage works at a cost of Rs 7 lakhs in Gambhiraopet mandal headquarters on Wednesday. On this occasion, he said that the BRS government was according priority for the welfare and development of the state. Stating that the government was giving importance to quality education to the rural students and opening KG to PG institutions, he said that the district headquarters had turned into an educational hub with the availability of all institutions for the benefit of students to pursue their choicest course in their own district instead of migrating to Hyderabad and other places.

Educating the importance of continuation of BRS government for the implementation of all welfare schemes, he called upon the people to elect Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao for the third consecutive term for all round development of the state. Village sarpanch Katakam Sridhar, CESS director G Narayana Rao, mandal president P Venkatswamy Goud, ZP co-option member Ahmed, MPP D Latha Raju and others were also present.



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