Sircilla: KTR inaugurates 2BHK houses

Sircilla: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao aspires for poor people in the state to live in two-bedroom houses with self-respect, said Minister of IT, Industry and Commerce, KT Rama Rao. On Saturday, the minister inaugurated 40 two-bedroom houses built at a cost of around Rs 2.1 crore in the outskirts of Venkatapur village in Yellareddypet mandal and attended a housewarming party with the beneficiaries.

Speaking on the occasion, he said the government of Telangana has launched an ambitious program of two-bedroom houses for the homeless poor like nowhere else in the country. All amenities were provided in the settlement, he said advising beneficiaries to keep it clean. The Minister said Telangana has become a beacon for the country by effectively implementing social protection programs on the ground. Construction of 2. 80 lakh houses has been started with Rs 18,000 crore.

He said the houses built in the village of Venkatapur were handed over seamlessly to 40 people and pattas were also given to the beneficiaries. After the budget meetings, money would be sanctioned for the construction of houses for those who have their own space.

Several development works have already been completed and many works were in progress in several villages of the district. The Minister said the Chief Minister is credited with transforming Sircilla.

Minister KTR inaugurated the newly constructed gram panchayat building in the village of Pothireddypally in Yellareddypet mandal and the additional classrooms constructed in the public school.

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