People’s survival is at stake this assembly elections: CM KCR

CM KCR said that the Assembly elections are a matter of life and death for the people of Telangana and people’s survival is at stake. That is people should think and vote. He participated in BRS Praja Ashirwada Sabha held at Nagar Kurnool on Sunday. If people fail to take proper decision before voting Rythu Bandhu, Dalit Bandhu and free electricity to farmers will be stopped.

During the Congress rule all the projects in erstwhile Mahabubnagar district projects were called as pending projects. Now water is supplied to fields regularly and Kalvakurti scheme which was kept pending for 30 years was brought into use, KCR said. Every asphalt road is seen with piles of paddy kept for drying. Telangana is growing 3 crore tons paddy. In the Congress regime Mahabubnagar called as a backward area. If people trust Congress again the state will go backwards.

Nagarkarnool was a district in Nizam era and Congress leaders damaged it. After Telangana was formed it became a district again. Not only it has become the district but came to life again with greenery everywhere, KCR stated. A Medical College was set up and many institutions have been set up. If Janardhan Reddy wins, the BRS government will grant an Engineering College within a month. The Palamuru lift scheme inaugurated. If the Vattem reservoir is full, 40-50 thousand acres will get water in Nagar Kurnool.

The new pharma industry coming to Kalvakurti will also benefit the people. All BCs have to vote for the BRS in Kalvakurti and elect Jaipal Yadav. Water to 1.50 lakh acres of Kalvakurti constituency from the Palamuru lift scheme will be supplied, KCR said.