Hyderabad: IT and Municipal Administration Minister K T Rama Rao toured the erstwhile Warangal district, inaugurating government buildings, a Residential School, and a BRS office on Thursday.
He was accompanied by Ministers Errabelli Dayakar Rao, Satyavathi Rathore, G Jagadish Reddy, Legislative Council Deputy Chairman Banda Prakash, and others. He inaugurated the new Mahatma JyotiBa Poole BC Welfare Girls’ School in Mulugu and performed a special puja for the 994 double-bedroom quarters complex (Rampappa Colony) built by Singareni Company at a cost of Rs 229 crores in the district centre. The minister viewed the photo gallery set up by the Singareni and opened a double-bedroom complex.
Addressing a meeting later, the Minister said that people from neighbouring states wanted to join Telangana only because of the development that was happening in the state. He questioned the Congress party’s actions during its decades-long government in the country, stating that they had done nothing for the people. He reminded the crowd of the severe electricity problem when Congress ruled the united Andhra Pradesh and asked if people wanted to see those days of trouble again.
KTR said that his party believes in a large family of Vaisudaika Kutumbakam and that all 4 crore people of Telangana were part of one family. He said that the world’s largest lift irrigation project, Kaleshwara, was built in the Bhupalpally district and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao had created this masterpiece for people to be proud of. He said that the BRS government takes care of all sections of society as a family and not based on caste or religion.The Minister also took a jibe at BJP President Bandi Sanjay, who recently announced plans to demolish the domes of the new secretariat building. He targeted Congress President Revanth Reddy for his statement about the demolition of Pragathi Bhavan and said that if the state were left in the hands of such people, it would be finished. (INN)