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    Safayanna.. Salamanna to you!

    Progress achieved together with you

    State behavior.. Following the country:

    Minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao

    Improvements in all sectors: Minister Jagadish Reddy of the Power Department

    Grand Progress Festival of Palles

    People gathered at the stage with Bonalu and Bathukamma

    Hyderabad, June 15 (Namaste Telangana): "Safayanna... Mee ku salamanna... Meethone palleylu pragathini sadhinchayanna..." said Panchayat Raj Minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao and Energy Minister G Jagadish Reddy, praising the achievements. Significant improvements have been made in the villages. It was mentioned that Telangana is following the country when it comes to development and progress. It was stated that Telangana is progressing at a jet speed. It was mentioned that during the Telangana Formation Day Celebrations, the grand Progress Festival of Palles was celebrated in all villages across the state with great pomp and splendor. People from different villages gathered at the stage with Bonalu, Bathukamma, and Kolatam. Tractors provided by the Gram Panchayats were decorated with coconut leaves. Medical camps were organized in many villages. Sanitation workers were honored. Ministers Errabelli Dayakar Rao, Jagadish Reddy, and Palgonnar participated in the grand Progress Festival of Palles held at Ravindra Bharathi in Hyderabad. On this occasion, Minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao spoke and mentioned that the incident of the CM KCR raising the salaries of sanitation workers to Rs. 9500 has brought great pride to Telangana as the state has fulfilled its promise of completing the CC roads in all villages. It was mentioned that before the formation of the state, only one gram panchayat officer used to serve three to four villages, but after the formation of Telangana, one officer has been appointed for each village by the government.

    Significant improvements in all sectors

    Minister Jagadish Reddy mentioned that after the formation of the state, Telangana has achieved greenery by conserving 7.7 percent forest cover. It was mentioned that sports grounds have been established in every village for the youth. It was mentioned that through Palli Pragathi, Doma land has been prevented from encroachment by 90 percent. Significant improvements have been made in all sectors. Behind the 60 years of age, the CM has set an example by dedicating himself to the growth and development of the state. It was mentioned that women are playing a major role in the development of rural areas and 11 villages were awarded in recognition of this. The Aaduguram Mahila Sarpanches were also appointed. Subsequently, 29 Sarpanches who submitted IAS applications were awarded appreciation letters from the Ministers. The program was attended by district heads, public representatives, CS K Shanti Kumar, senior officials Sandeep Kumar Sultaneya, Hanumanth Rao, PCCEF Dobriya, and officials Palgonnar.

    Sarpanches who faced challenges in sanitation work

    Reveli: Sarpanches of a gram panchayat in Revalli Mandal, Wanaparthy district, were honored for their service in sanitation work. In Shanayipalli Mandal of Revalli district, Gram Sarpanch Lakshmi was awarded during the Palli Pragathi festival. Sanitation workers were felicitated with flower garlands and shawls. They were appreciated for their service in keeping the village clean.



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