CM KCR defends Dharani portal, says it’s pro-farmers

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KCR at Mancherial
CM KCR at Gadwal


Rama Krishna Sangem

Telangana Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao continued his strong defense of Dharani portal, online platform for land records and registrations for the fourth day on June 12, Monday. KCR told people to dump opposition Congress in Bay of Bengal, for saying that they, if come to power would dump Dharani portal. “Shouldn’t we dump Congress which says Dharani should go?” asked KCR, evoking loud positive response from public.

Addressing a public meeting after inaugurating the integrated Collectorate complex and police complex in Gadwal district headquarters the Chief minister continued his tirade on the Congress party leadership in particular for carrying out a malicious propaganda on the Dharani portal and on the Telangana government development activities.

This government is keen on welfare and development and it has been undertaking unique programs of welfare for the people of different communities and different sections of the society the chief minister said. He detailed how the state of Telangana progressed during the past nine years and how it became a front runner in all development activities.

We are first in the country to provide drinking water facility to each and every household with our mission Bhagiratha and we succeeded in implementing mission Kakatiya. The government has improvised the conditions of common people through various welfare schemes such as Dalith Bandhu and the recent BC Bandhu concepts with a concerted approach in the rural parts, he affirmed.


Telangana belied all doubts”


The chief minister said the sincere endeavours of the government entailed in the improvement of medical and health care facilities in the state. The government has established 30 plus medical colleges and it is perfectly implementing the development at the doorstep, he said. “When Telangana was formed nine years back, there were doubts over our success, but we proved them wrong and belied their doubts,” he said.

For the fourth day in the Meetings the chief minister detailed how the development was achieved on the land regulation pattern through the Dharani portal. Dharani has been the innovative concept that helped the people in general and poor sections in particular to get their land records in a systematic manner.

The Chief Minister during his speech at the public meeting said how the per capita income has increased in the state and how the government has succeeded in providing the integrated Collectorate complexes in the state.

The chief minister during his speech at the Collectorate complex said the administration was achieving several development concepts through welfare. He detailed that five medical colleges were established in Mahabubnagar alone where development remained a mirage several years.

The programmes were attended by home minister  Mahamood Ali, Agriculture S Niranjan Reddy, Tourism Minister Srinivas Goud , Rajya Sabha MP J.Santhosh Kumar, DGP Anjani Kumar, Special CS finance Ramakrishna Rao and several BRS MLAs and MLCs . Chief Secretary Santhi Kumari, IAS, detailed how 21 out of 33 Collectorate complexes were completed in the state.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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