Health and Finance Minister T Harish Rao revealed that the State can expect positive updates soon, with the government preparing to unveil new incentives. He also hinted that the BRS party’s manifesto will stun opposition parties.
Accompanied by Energy Minister G Jagadish Reddy and MLA Chirumarthi Lingaiah, they toured Nakrekal constituency, initiating various development projects. This included the groundbreaking for a 50-bed hospital costing Rs 5.70 crore and the renovation of the Srichennakesava temple, valued at Rs 2.50 crore in Ramannapet, Nakrekal constituency, Yadadri-Bhongiri district.
Additionally, they inaugurated a library and sub-treasury office in Nakrekal, while also setting the foundation for a degree college building.
Minister Harish Rao assured support for the comprehensive development of Nakrekal constituency and mentioned the swift progress of a 100-bed hospital in the area.
Energy Minister Jagadishwar Reddy expressed the significance of the Aitipamula lift irrigation scheme for local farmers, highlighting CM KCR’s prompt allocation of Rs 100 crore upon hearing their plight.
At a public gathering in Ramannapet junior college ground, it was emphasized that CM KCR prioritizes the well-being of the underprivileged, countering alleged deceit by Congress leaders and applauding KCR’s regime for its welfare initiatives. The assurance was given that BRS remains steadfast in its mission to lead for the third term, regardless of opposition conspiracies.