Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekara Rao exuded confidence that the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) would be securing power again in the ensuing Assembly elections and no one should be doubted in this regard.
Addressing the meeting after launching the Ninth phase of Haritha Haram programme at Tummaluru village located under Maheshwaram Assembly constituency in Ranga Reddy district here on Monday, the Chief Minister said that the Telangana had achieved many milestones in terms of the development in various sectors during the last nine years and it needed to be developed further in the days to come. In future, the Metro Rail connectivity will be extended to Kandukuru in Maheshwaram Assembly constituency from BHEL and the development will be taken up in a systematic way, KCR said.
The efforts are being made to strengthen the Forest department in Telangana and the State government is planning to set up 20 forest stations. The proposed forest stations will function on the lines of police stations. The forest police stations will provide security to its employees and will avoid the attacks on the employees in the forest areas, the Chief Minister said.
Stating that the Haritha Haram programme has brought remarkable changes in Telangana and the green coverage in the State has been increased by 7.70 percent, the Chief Minister said that the State government has decided to allocate Rs.100 crores for the distribution of fruit saplings under the Haritha Haram programme. KCR promised to sanction a medical college for Maheshwaram Assembly constituency and also announced the sanction of Rs.15 lakh grant to every gram panchayat and Rs.25 lakh to every municipality in the constituency.
The Chief Minister also alleged that Congress leaders had obstructed the construction of Palamuru Rangareddy Lift Irrigation Project by filling cases with the Supreme Court and worked against the development of Telangana State.