“Telangana government will provide Rs 5 lakh for construction of houses in its own plots”


Jagtial: Social Affairs Minister Koppula Eashwar said on Thursday that enabling the poor to live with dignity in two-bedroom houses was Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao’s main goal in implementing the 2BHK scheme.

Speaking after the inauguration of 65 double bedroom houses in Nukapalli of Malyala mandal, Eashwar said that although there is a huge demand for the double bedroom houses from the public, construction has been delayed for various reasons. Besides the non-availability of land, contractors did not show up to build houses. Following a huge demand from the public, the Chief Minister was going to launch a new scheme under which the government will sanction Rs five lakh to people with their own land to build houses, he said.

Stating that the launch of the new program has been delayed due to financial issues due to the Covid pandemic, he said it will be launched soon. “Last year, Chandrashekhar Rao allocated Rs 11,000 crore for the housing project. Steps have been taken to develop villages across the state,” he said, adding that drinking water was also provided to every house. Nurseries, dumps, tractors and cemeteries have also been set up in all the villages. Green cover has been improved in the state through the Haritha Haram program which has taken over considerably.

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Telangana was the only state to implement innovative programs such as pensions, kalyanalaxmi, shadi mubharak, KCR kit, rythu bandhu, rythu bima, 24 hour free stream and others.

The Chief Minister has designed the Dalit Bandhu scheme for the development of Dalit communities in Huzurabad state and constituency, and four other mandals have been selected to implement the scheme on a pilot basis.

Local MP Sunke Ravishankar said while the state government was taking measures for the welfare of farmers, the Union government was implementing anti-farmer policies.

The Chief Minister was working hard to fulfill the dream of the poor to stay in double bedroom houses, he said and advised them to complete 200 houses each in Choppadandi and Arnakonda by February next year .

The Chief Minister assured to sanction 2,000 more houses in Choppadandi constituency. Drainage, drinking water, roads and other basic facilities would be provided in the newly built houses.

Informing that the flood channel has come alive with the construction of Kaleshwaram project, he said farmers in six mandals are getting enough water.

The paddy was not bought from the BJP and the states governed by Congress. However, the Telangana government bought every grain produced by the farmers despite the corona pandemic.

While the state government provided free 24-hour power to the agricultural sector, the central government tried to attach meters to agricultural pumps. Although adjacent Andhra Pradesh has already started repairing the meters, Chandrashekhar Rao refused to repair the meters.

The Union government was trying to pursue its hegemony over the irrigation projects built on the Krishna and Godavari rivers by spending millions of rupees. Power cuts have been implemented in some states due to coal shortages. However, such a situation did not exist in Telangana.

Later, they participated in a community lunch with the beneficiaries. Zilla Parishad chairwoman Dava Vasantha, collector G Ravi and others participated in the program.

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