‘Every household in Parkal will soon get drinking water’
Saying the TRS government has brought about a significant change in the lives of rural poor in the State, IT Minister K.T. Rama Rao on Monday discussed various welfare schemes taken up in the past four years.
Addressing a public meeting at Parkal town here, he said that several elderly people had admitted that due to their enhanced pensions, they were being treated well by their children. “They consider Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao as their elder son,” he said.
The Minister also pointed out that farmers were now getting financial assistance of ₹4,000 per acre twice a year.
Mr. Rama Rao earlier laid the foundation for the ₹50 crore Mission Bhagiratha project, central lighting worth ₹1.60 crore and other projects taken up at a cost of ₹146.68 crore.
He said every household in Parkal town would soon be provided with drinking water.
“The State government is ready to spend any amount for the happiness of people of Parkal. You will also have the textile park soon, which will provide employment for many,” he said.
The Minister also reviewed the progress at the textile park.
Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari also talked about the initiatives taken up by the State government for people’s welfare.
Earlier in the day, Mr. Rama Rao inaugurated the new camp office of Warangal West MLA at Balasamudram in Hanamkonda.
MLAs D. Vinay Bhaskar, Challa Dharma Reddy, Aruri Ramesh, B. Shankar Naik, D.S. Redya Naik and others were present.