Poor Person with homestead would be sanctioned a two-bed house with the Latest budget for housing by CM KCR:
State Power Minister Guntakandla Jagadish Reddy said every poor person with a homestead would be sanctioned a two-bed house. He revealed that Chief Minister KCR had spent Rs 11,000 crore in the latest budget for housing with this every homestead would be sanctioned a two-bed house. As part of the Nagarjuna Sagar by-election campaign, TRS candidate Nomula Bhagat along with government whip Balka Suman, legislator Chirumarthi Lingaya and senior TRS leader Yansi Kotireddy were among those who took part in the election campaign in Peddavura Mandal Urabai Tanda in the constituency on Monday. Nomula Narsimhaiah was elected by the people of the constituency from here. Unfortunately, this by-election was caused by the death of Nomula, he said.
He said that if you bless and send such a candidate, the development of the constituency will be facilitated. He said that the Tandas were left in the air during the Congress rule and the Tandas got their recognition only after the TRS party came to power under the leadership of Chief Minister KCR. Minister Jagadish Reddy lauded Chief Minister KCR for setting up the Tandas as Gram Panchayats and for giving them funds and duties.
Janareddy ruled here 7 times but there was nothing that happened with him in the constituency. He demanded that Janareddy explain why a degree college could not be set up in Haliya and why the Rajavaram First Major could not be provided water if the problems were solved during his tenure in power seven times in a row.
Minister Jagadish Reddy recalled that a total of Rs 680 crore has been sanctioned for the strategic cultivation of an additional 20,000 acres under the Nellikunnu Lift. He said that the BJP, which is in power at the Center, means that the people are being bullied. Ordinary people are shocked by the increase in gas prices after Modi came to power.
He alleged that the center would kneel down if Chief Minister KCR worked day and night to turn agriculture into a festival. He urged the farmers to realize that if the state government was investing in agriculture in the name of the Raithu Bandhu scheme for the first time in the world so that the farmer would not go into debt before the rains, the central government would try to bring the farmer back to the same predicament by rising diesel prices.
He lamented that if Telangana was recognized as the first state in India to provide 24 hours uninterrupted free electricity to agriculture, the revised electricity law would open the door for conspiracies by the Modi government to bring meters to motors and degrade the farmer. He alleged that the BJP government had decided to cancel the notes to hide the stolen money.
Minister Jagadish Reddy exemplified the need for the TRS to win the Nagarjuna Sagar by-election, noting the reality of such parties.
Meanwhile, several Congress leaders from Tanda have announced that they are joining the TRS under Minister Jagadish Reddy. Minister Jagadish Reddy cordially invited those who joined the party to join the party wearing pink scarves.
Running for welfare and development: Nomula Bhagat
Nomula Bhagat, who is contesting as a TRS candidate in the Nagarjuna Sagar by-election, said that if he wins the election with the blessings of Chief Minister KCR, he will run for welfare and development. Father Nomula said the continuation of the ideals was upon him. He said Chief Minister KCR would go ahead without betraying the trust placed in him.