Rama Krishna Sangem
BRS president and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) has continued his attack against Congress for opposing Dharani portal, a new digitized land records system. “Congress says they will scrap Dharani, if they come to power. If that happens, our farmers would be pushed back to old days when they suffered a lot due to misdeeds of middlemen,” said KCR.
CM KCR went to Nagarkurnool district headquarter on June 6, Tuesday and launched several development schemes and addressed a public meeting. A Rs 57 crore worth newly built district collectorate offices complex was opened on the occasion. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said the Nagarkurnool region, which was once an epic centre for severe droughts, has become a home for water bodies and cultivation of crops.
The Chief Minister said that during the last nine years, the face of Nagarkurnool has changed with the construction of check dams and irrigation projects and water availability has drastically improved in the region. He called for throwing Congress in Bay of Bengal, for its anti-people attitude.
He reminded that from Suryapet to Kalwakurthy, the area was always reeling under severe drought conditions and it was hard to find water for irrigation needs. Since the formation of Telangana State, the situation has completely changed and over one lakh acres in Kalwakurthy area have come under the irrigation facility. It has become possible due to the visionary of the BRS government, KCR pointed out.
He also assured that the Palamuru Rangareddy Lift Irrigation Project would be completed as early as possible and said that the combined Mahbubnagar district would create wonders in the days to come with all round development. This KCR’s second public appearance in the last couple of days, after he went to Nirmal district. Several ministers, MPs, MLAs and other elected representatives were with the CM on the occasion.