The Minister for Tribal Welfare, Satyavathi Rathod, visited Mulugu on Tuesday to inspect land for the construction of an integrated collectorate complex. While there, she spoke about the rapid development that Telangana has experienced in the last nine years under the leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao. Before 2014, Telangana was in dire need of basic facilities like irrigation and drinking water. However, these issues have now been addressed and the state has made strides in almost all sectors, becoming a rice bowl and achieving success in irrigation and power sectors.
Rathod also mentioned the government’s efforts to provide proper healthcare to the people through initiatives like the establishment of medical colleges, diagnostic centers, and dialysis centers, as well as the KCR kits and Kanti Velugu programs. The government is also working to fulfill the long-awaited dream of podu farmers by distributing pattas from June 24 to 30. Additionally, the minister directed officials to make arrangements for the upcoming Dasabdi Utsavalu from June 2 to June 22, which will reflect Telangana State’s success over the past nine years.
During her visit, Rathod inspected the proposed site for the construction of an integrated Collectorate complex in Mulugu. District collector S Krishna Aditya, additional collector Ila Tripati, ITDA project officer Ankith and superintendent of police Gaush Alam were among those present.