CM Asks People to Join Fight against Poverty, Sanitation

Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao urged the people to join hands to wage a war against poverty and sanitation.

Stating that wonders can be created by being united, he said some villagers who refused to move an inch from their lands came forward to demolish their houses in the village and this took place within 24 hours as confidence on the government was created among them.

Participating in the second day Grama Jyothi programme at Erravelli in Jagadevpur mandal of Medak district today, he said 350 acres of Dalit lands would be examined by special teams and all the required steps including drip irrigation would be provided to improve their cultivation.

“The lands of Dalits should be developed in such a way that the crop yield should be on par with my land at the farm house,” he said.

He said all villagers would be provided with two-bed room houses and the construction would be completed in four months.

Stressing on the need for keeping the villages clean to protect their health, he said an ophthalmic medical camp, followed by a general medical camp will be held. The needy would be provided free medicine, he added.

MP K Prabhakar Reddy, Collector Ronald Ross, joint collector P Venkatrami Reddy and others also participated.

Appreciating the efforts of the joint collector P Venkatarami Reddy, the chief minister said that he would be sent to Karimnagar for two days to motivate and implement similar works there.

Source: The New Indian Express

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