AP committed to welfare: Raghuveera Reddy

Raghuveera Reddy says that govt introduces welfare programmes during its 9 year tenure.

Anantapur: Revenue minister N. Raghuveera Reddy on Saturday said the government welfare programmes would be taken to the doorsteps of people.

Participating in Rachchabanda held at the tahsildar’s office in Kalyandurg, the minister said the government was committed to public welfare.

Compared to the TD regime, he said that the government had introduced many welfare programmes for the people during its nine year tenure.

Stating that TD had failed to provide benefits to the poor, he said the Congress government was taking all schemes to the doorsteps of the public.

He said funds would be directly credited into the accounts of Indiramma housing scheme beneficiaries to prevent corruption.

United AP vital for progress: Raghuveera

Anantapur: Revenue minister N. Raghuveera Reddy said that the development of all regions would be possible only if the state remains united.

Talking to the media at the municipal guest house, he said that Seemandhra leaders have been appealing to UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi to keep the state undivided.

Stating that Seemandhra leaders have been holding consultations with UPA allies in this regard, he said that the Centre announced the formation of Telangana only after all the political parties expressed their stand on the division.

However, now all parties are blaming the Congress after seeing the wrath of the people and have changed their stand on the statehood issue.

The minister said that all Seemandhra MLAs would oppose the resolution on Telangana in the state Assembly.

Earlier, activists from Sri Krishnadevaraya University Joint Action Committee gheraoed revenue minister Raghuveera Reddy at the municipal guest house.

( Source : dc )
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