Winding up his two-day tour to Nizamabad district, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today claimed that the TRS Government could successfully tide over power crisis pending for 30 years.
Taking departure to the state capital from Nizamabad, KCR also said that the government is determined to construct new Secretariat and Assembly and get loans for welfare schemes despite criticism and comments. “On coming to power our Government addressed all difficulties of power sector”, he said, adding that the TRS leadership was winning the hearts of people, who are supporting us in all elections held recently, KCR stated.
The Chief Minister also flayed the Opposition for criticism over the government for insisting on to complete projects to irrigate crops. The Government will keep the promises of providing double bedroom housing facility for two generations, completing the irrigation projects and other welfare schemes. He slammed the Congress for allegations on the double bedroom scheme being lauded by other states. “We will get people’s cooperation by taking their support witnessed during recent elections”, he said.
The Chief Minister sanctioned Rs 1 cr for Banswada constituency besides allotting Rs 15 lakh each for 76 village pachanyats in the segment. KCR vowed to supply waters to Nizamsagar from Kaleshwaram project. The TRS Government, he said, will keep its promise of offering 24 hour uninterrupted power supply with three phase by 2019. (NSS)