In Rangareddy, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has received praise from State Home Minister Mahmood Ali for his exceptional leadership in elevating Telangana. Mahmood Ali emphasized that there are no better leaders in the country than KCR and that his legacy is unmatched.
On Wednesday, Mahmood Ali and Education Minister P Sabita Indra Reddy distributed Shaadi Mubarak and Kalyana Laxmi cheques to 313 beneficiaries in the Jalpalli municipality jurisdiction. They also provided battery-powered vehicles to 80 disabled individuals and gave tailor machines to 180 women. Mahmood Ali highlighted the crucial role played by KCR in achieving the dream of a separate State of Telangana after 14 years of struggle. He applauded KCR’s unwavering commitment to the state’s development, which has propelled Telangana to the top of the nation’s rankings.
Mahmood Ali called on the people to support Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy and urged them to continue supporting KCR’s government. He shared that KCR aimed to build a “Golden Telangana” despite challenges like farmer suicides, electricity shortages, and drought. KCR’s determination has resulted in significant progress, particularly in the education sector with government schools rivaling corporate institutions.
Sabitha Indra Reddy expressed her dedication to addressing public issues and achieving comprehensive development. She urged the people to support the KCR government, which has made remarkable strides in housing and infrastructure development. She highlighted ongoing projects in the Jalpally municipality, including initiatives for clean drinking water, drainage systems, and street lighting. She also revealed plans for road and parking construction near the Dargah, with funds worth Rs 14 crore.
Minister Mahmood Ali commended the commitment of the CM and the Telangana government to various welfare programs, such as the support for underprivileged children’s marriages through the Kalyana Lakshmi scheme. He disclosed that Rs 61 crore had been allocated to the Maheshwaram constituency over five years for these initiatives.