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    Minister Jagadish Reddy, along with SP Rajendra Prasad, inspected the public meeting venue in Suryapet on Saturday. The entire district is excited to see Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Reddy, who will visit Suryapet and participate in various development programs on Sunday.

    Minister Jagadish Reddy reviewed all the arrangements for the CM’s visit. He checked the BRS office, medical college, collectorate, and the public meeting venue. The Minister referred to the meeting as Pragathi Nivedena Sabha and said it will be conducted in a grand manner, even bigger than the Samara Bheri meeting during the Telangana movement.

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    The Minister assured that all necessary arrangements have been made to ensure a smooth meeting with an expected attendance of two lakh people, even in case of rain. He also mentioned the availability of parking facilities at the meeting venue.

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    Many villagers, especially farmers, are voluntarily attending the meeting to express their gratitude to CM KCR for measures such as waiving crop loans, Rythu Bandhu, Rythu Bhima, and 24-hour power supply to the agriculture sector. This will be the first public meeting in Suryapet after the loan waiver of Rs 1 lakh.

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    Minister Jagadish Reddy credited CM KCR for fulfilling promises made during the 2014 Assembly elections, including making Suryapet a district and providing Kaleshwaram water. He highlighted the new additions to Suryapet, such as the medical college, new collectorate, new SP office, and integrated markets.

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