Minister Niranjan Reddy disperses 17 automobiles to Dalit Bandhu recipients
Nagarkurnool: Agriculture Minister S Niranjan Reddy on Monday dispersed 17 automobiles worth Rs.1.7 crore to the Dalit Bandhu recipients at Kalwakurthi government university premises in the existence of neighborhood MLA Jaipal Yadav, MP Ramulu as well as MLC K Narayan Reddy.
Earlier, the minister laid structure for a detailed market lawn structure at an expense of Rs 4.5 crore. He drove a Dalit Bandhu tractor in a rally to the university ground.
Later, attending to a public conference, Reddy specified that the government intended to introduce an overall financial as well as social modification amongstDalits He claimed CM KCR had actually presented the Dalit Bandhu system to bring light in the lives of Dalits, while insisting that it would certainly proclaim an advanced modification in thecountry Reddy remembered that some social protestors had actually recommended that the government must expand economic support to Dalits so regarding stop dissonance in society as well as rivalry, due to hardship.
Reddy described that the CM had actually generated the system to introduce an enduring modification in society to allow Dalit households to base on their very own to make sure that social differences can be finished. “A day will come when people across the country will demand Dalit Bandhu scheme to be taken up”, he specified.
The Minister asserted that both the Congress as well as BJP were considering objection of DB system being afraid that their federal governments in States will certainly need to use up such systems.
Jaipal Yadav, that chaired the conference, claimed all Dalit households in the Kalwakurthy constituency would certainly be expanded DB system advantages worth Rs 200 crore. Ramulu required the DB system must be carried out throughout thecountry A benecificiary of Peddapuram town Madugula Venkatayya was welcomed to resolve the event.
ZP chairman Balaji Singh recommended that the DB system recipients should, as opposed to acquiring tractors, launch service endeavors.