Telangana’s commitment to development and welfare was highlighted by Harish Rao, the Minister of Medical – Health and Finance Department of Telangana. He praised Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s dedication to the progress of the state. Harish Rao dismissed opposition claims during an event in Maheshwaram constituency.
A significant part of Harish Rao’s schedule was the laying of the foundation stone for a modern medical college in Kandukuru, located in Maheshwaram. He was joined by Educational Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy and Chevella MP Ranjith Reddy. They also inaugurated a road from Kandukuru to Yacharam Pharmacy in Maheshwaram worth Rs 146.70 crore.
Harish Rao spoke about the remarkable progress in the region under CM KCR’s leadership. He appreciated KCR’s commitment to the welfare and healthcare of Telangana’s citizens. The newly established medical college in Maheshwaram provides essential medical facilities, including a 450-bed hospital. Harish Rao also highlighted the fact that despite having 10,000 medical seats, Telangana did not have a single medical college during joint rule. KCR personally financed the establishment of 36 medical colleges, three of which serve Rangareddy district.
Harish Rao mentioned milestones such as providing clean drinking water to every household in the state and proactive developmental measures under CM’s governance. He emphasized the credibility and significance of KCR’s actions compared to the opposition’s rhetoric.
In addition, Harish Rao laid the foundation stone for 12 new community buildings in Sriram Nagar Colony, aimed at enhancing social infrastructure. These initiatives were praised for empowering diverse social groups through the construction of self-respect buildings.