Chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is likely to visit Mothe village in Nizamabad district in the next few days.
Mothe village shot into fame for being the first village to unanimously pass a resolution in 2001, when KCR launched his party and started the separate Telangana movement.
Subsequently, KCR had visited the village and took a handful of soil and tied it in a cloth as ‘mudupu’ (a custom) and put the same in his office.
It was after the formation of Telangana that KCR once again visited the village and untied the ‘mudupu’. The Chief Minister had then announced that he would visit the village once again if his party comes to power. On Tuesday, a delegation of local leaders and villagers from Mothe led by Balkonda MLA Vemula Prasanth Reddy met Rao and requested him to visit the village.
Responding positively, Rao said he would soon visit the village and will look into the problems concerning the village.
“What steps should be taken up for the development of the village and farmers will be discussed at the village,” the Chief Minister assured the delegation.
Source: The New Indian Express