Nizamabad: TRS MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha said people were experts in electing their leader as they could assess the ability of the leader.
“To test the cooking one can verify a sample of rice. Similarly, people can assess the leaders, she said.
Ms Kavitha said all election promises would be fulfilled in Nizam-abad Parliamentary constituency limits, which has as many as 950 villages.
As part of the Maa Vuru Maa MP (our village our MP) programme, Ms Kavitha along Bodhan legislator Shakeel made a whirlwind tour in Salura village of Bodhan mandal on Wednesday.
She walked about 3 km in the village and interacted with people of different communities. The villagers, cutting the party lines accorded a rousing welcome to the MP.
Ms Kavitha laid the foundation stone for an idol of Chityala Ilamma at the entrance of the village.
Speaking at a public meeting, Ms Kavitha said that TRS government was trying to help all communities. Setting up of the Most Backward Classes Corporation with a `1,000-crore budget was a revolutionary decision and would uplift socially and economically backward families, she said.
She also sanctioned funds for various communities from her MP Local Area Development Scheme.
Ms Kavitha suggested that people utilise medical services in government hospital and avoid private nursing homes.
She said that the ‘KCR kits’ was encouraging pregnant women to visit government hospitals for deliveries.
She said `48 crore had been sanctioned for the extension of the Nizamsagar project distributary canals and additional funds would be released soon.
Work on the Bodhan-Salura road and bypass road would be taken up soon, she said. Ms Kavitha said that sugarcane farmers crop loan waiver will be settled soon.
Mr Shakeel said he was ready to face any challenge fer the development of the constituency. He said that government was giving utmost importance to farmers.
He said the Rs 200 crore spent on the Shadi Mubarak scheme had greatly helped poor Muslim families, he said. The MLA sought special attention to Khajapur, Hunsa and Mandarna, flood affected villages on the banks of river Manjeera.
Legislative Council member V.G. Goud, District Cooperative Bank chairman Ganga-dhar Rao Patwari, ZPTC Alle Lavanya, MPP Gangashankar, Bodhan municipal chairman Yellaiah, Salura sar-panch Gangamani and others were present....