Speaking to the media, Nizamabad MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha said that all the districts in Telangana have developed tremendously under the leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Telangana Jagruthi president and Nizamabad MP Kalvakuntla Kavitha on Sunday said that all the districts in the State have undergone remarkable development under the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government headed by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.
Addressing mediapersons here, Kavitha recalled that injustice done to Telangana in terms of water share, funds share and jobs provided, was the theme on which the separate Statehood movement was fought. “We achieved our objective of separate State and the government is now working with a comprehensive plan in all the three areas,” she said.
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The State government was giving top priority to protect the interest of farmers in the State, she said and added that power supply for lift irrigation schemes on the left canal of Nagarjuna Sagar Project was increased to 24 hours from 16 hours for the benefit of the ayacut farmers. Efforts were on to setup minor lift irrigation schemes to provide irrigation facility to uncovered area in the ayacut, Kavitha said, adding that with the Thermal Power Plant proposed at Damaracharla, Nalgonda district would be contributing towards ensuring nine hours power supply to the farmers in the State.
The TRS MP said that like all other districts, Nalgonda was also developing on all fronts with the initiatives launched by the Chief Minister towards achieving the goal of ‘Bangaru Telangana’ (Golden Telangana). She said political awareness among the people of Nalgonda district was high compared to other districts, Nalgonda had established itself as a land of agitations. “The State government is keen on development of the district as well as solve the problems being faced by the people in some areas,” she said.
Coming down heavily on Congress leaders for acting against the interest of people, Kavitha said several top Congress leaders were representing the district. “The Congress leaders have failed in extending constructive suggestions to the State government for development of the State and welfare of the people,” she said. Although the State government had been issuing notifications for filling up thousands of vacant posts, the Congress leaders were levleling allegations claiming that not a single job was provided to the unemployed, she said.
“The Congress leaders should change their attitude and not talk without ascertaining facts. The main agenda in politics should be development of Telangana State,” the TRS MP said.