Hyderabad: Minister KT Rama Rao spent a busy day campaigning in Gambhiraopet Mandal in Sircilla constituency from where he is contesting in the upcoming elections.
Minister KT Rama Rao visited Dammannapet, Nagampet, Mallupally, Samudra Lingapur, Gajasinghavaram, Gorantyal villages of the mandal and addressed the villagers.
Addressing the gatherings, he said, “Sircilla constituency is fast developing. Earlier there were only eight thousand tonnes capacity godowns in Sircilla but we constructed fifty thousand tonnes capacity godowns in various villages.”
Minister mentioned that agriculture had been the top priority of CM KCR during the past four and a half years. “TRS government introduced Rythu Bandhu scheme and Rs 5 lakh insurance, to help farmers,” he said.
“No government in the past had bothered about the plight of farmers and the farming sector but Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao is taking all possible measures to rescue the farmers from distress,” the Minister said.
“In the entire country, KCR is the only leader who is giving investment support to farmers. He wants to do more for the agriculture sector in the state. If TRS comes to power, CM KCR as promised will increase the Rythu Bandhu investment amount from eight thousand per acre per year to ten thousand per acre per year,” he added.
Attacking the Congress, he said, “TRS government gave uninterrupted power supply after it came into power. But vote for Congress party will bring dark days back into the state.” Minister KT Rama Rao reminded the villagers that Telangana is the only state in the country which provided uninterrupted power supply to the agriculture sector.
“On one hand Congress files cases on irrigation projects in the state and on the other hand, Chandrababu Naidu writes letters to the center asking them not to give permission for irrigation projects in Telangana. How can Congress- TDP alliance do good to Telangana when they want to stop the development works in the state?” he asked.
“Think and vote in the coming elections, as these votes will decide the future of the state,” he remarked. (INN)