The Sangameshwara Upliftment Scheme will be finished in two years, according to Telangana State Finance Minister Harish Rao. This means that farmers will be able to use the water for irrigation. The minister performed Bhumi puja for the Sangameshwara Upliftment Project at Chinna Chalmeda in Munipalli Mandal of Sangareddy. He explained that the state is celebrating a 21-day festival for the decennial celebrations of Telangana formation day. Today is the most important day because it is celebrated as irrigation day.
Harish Rao talked about how Narayankhed, Zaheerabad, and Andol were drought-stricken areas with no water given to them by the rulers in undivided Andhra Pradesh. He assured that the lift scheme will be finished in two years and water will be given to irrigation. After the completion of the Sangameshwar project, two crops will be grown. Harish Rai said that this was possible only with Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
He also mentioned that drinking water is given to every house in the state and once this project is complete, irrigation water will come to every farm. The BRS government has overcome power cut problems in the area and is providing 24-hour electricity to all sectors.