Mahabubabad: Minister Satyavati Rathod, the Minister for Tribal Welfare, Women and Child Development, inaugurated the Palle Pragathi (Village Progress) program in Mondrai Gudem, Kothagudem Mandal of Mahabubabad district, which has brought a joyful atmosphere to the villages with the progress made through various programs implemented by the Telangana government. On the occasion of Telangana Formation Day celebrations, she participated in the Palle Pragathi festival.
As part of this, foundation stones were laid for the construction of gram panchayat buildings. Sanitation workers were honored. Speaking at the event, Chief Minister KCR emphasized the need for development in villages and mentioned that several schemes are being implemented for their progress. He appreciated the Palle Pragathi program for its contribution to the progress of villages. It was mentioned that the city is witnessing the progress of villages in terms of cleanliness and sanitation.
It was mentioned that the government is working towards making villages greener by planting trees and creating gardens with greenery. Programs such as tractor and trolley cultivation, Vaikunthadham, Dumping Yard, and nursery development are being successfully implemented to ensure continuous crop cultivation. It was mentioned that the government has spent Rs 13,528 crore on Palle Pragathi till now in Telangana.
A total of 1,329.73 crore was spent on Vaikunthadham construction in 12,745 gram panchayats across the state. District Collector Shashank, ITDA PEO Ankit, Trainee Collector Pinkesh, Sarpanch Bharathi, MP Vijay, ZPTC Pushpalatha, MPTC Sathayya, and DCEMS Vice Chairman Srinivas Reddy were present at the event.