Chief whip says KCR is committed to integrated development of state
WARANGAL: Government chief whip Dasyam Vinaybhasker on Friday said the government is committed to the integrated development of the state and is striving hard to achieve the goals.
He took the guard of honor in Hanamkonda parade grounds and hoisting the national flag to mark the tenth year of formation of Telangana state. “The welfare schemes and development programmes being implemented in the state are helping the poor and the marginalized. Telangana has become a model for the country in the implementation of welfare schemes and in promoting development,” he asserted.
Vinaybhaskar said the government would organise programmes in a festive environment for the next 21 days to mark the Telangana Formation Day. He listed out the welfare schemes implemented for various sections of the people including women, tribals, the elderly and the disabled by the BRS government since 2014 in the Hanamkonda district.
Hanamkonda district collector Sikta Patnaiak, police commissioner Ranganath, ZP chairperson Suhdeer Kumar and others were present. Vinaybhasker felicitated the members of the 14 families of Telangana Martyrs.
In Bhupalpalli, MLC Palla Rajeshwar gave a list of the funds allocated under Rythu Bandhu, pensions and Asara pensions, as also the Shadi Mubarak and Kayana Lakshmi schemes.
Panchayat minister Errabelli Dayakar in Jangaon, minister Satyawati Rathod in Mahabubabad, MLC Prabhakar Rao in Mulugu and deputy chairman of the legislative council Banda Prakash participated in the celebrations.