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Dream of 'Bangaru Telangana' being realized: Minister Jagadishwar
Dream of 'Bangaru Telangana' being realized: Minister Jagadishwar

Dream of ‘Bangaru Telangana’ being realized: Minister Jagadishwar

Hyderabad: Energy Minister G Jagadishwar Reddy said that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao of Telangana was trying hard to understand what people were dreaming of in 2001.

On Sunday, along with Indrakaran Reddy, he opened a power substation at Bopparam Village in Soan Mandal. Rs 1,160 crore was the approximate cost of the 400/200 kv plant.

Addressing a conference, Jagadishwar said that the route map, which was drawn up during the Telangana movement for the creation of the state, was now being implemented. As part of the map, shortly after TRS assumed control, uninterrupted quality control was distributed free of charge to agricultural needs. The facility was not expanded by any state, he said.

The minister ridiculed that neither in Gujarat nor in Uttar Pradesh was the government led by BJP introducing electricity for free. Many heckled that if a new state was carved out, Telangana would be in darkness. Yet, today, we’re leading the nation in power usage.

In Telangana, a total of 50 welfare schemes are being implemented. K Chandrasekhar Rao gets the credit, he remarked.

The driving force of the schemes and developmental activities is Rao, who masters the art of administration. First of all, for the welfare of all parts of society, he introduced Kalyana Laxmi, Rythu Bandhu, Raithu Bheema, KCR Kits, Amma Odi, etc. Jagadishwar said that Telangana is experiencing outstanding development in several ways.

Due to Rao ‘s successful governance, Telangana has become the nation’s rice bowl. A total of 60 lakh tonnes of grains were bought, which set a record.

30 lakh tonnes of grains were procured by the remaining states. He added that as many as 5 crore metric tonnes of maize production is ready for the country’s requirement of 2.5 crore metric tonnes,

Indrakaran Reddy reported that the government was taking measures to ensure that agricultural , domestic and industrial needs are supplied with quality electricity.

As part of the measures, the power substation was developed. A variety of steps have been taken to resolve different problems encountered in the past. The low-voltage problem, for example, was resolved and electricity outages were reduced, he added.

The Minister regretted that, owing to the new Agriculture Bill implemented by the Union Government, the agrarian community would report farming losses. He said that Prime Minister Narender Modi, who is at the helm of affairs, was introducing anti-farmer policies.

Zilla Parishad Chairperson K Vijayalaxmi, Collector Mohd Musharraf Ali Faruqui and officials of NPDCL were present. (INN)

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