On Wednesday, february 21, telangana chief minister A revanth reddy said that the program to offer LPG cylinders for Rs 500 will start in a week. Furthermore, he pledged that the Rythu Bharosa program's agriculture support funding disbursement will be completed by march 16.
 
The chief minister further said that promises made will be fulfilled, including the provision of 200 free power units and the immediate cancellation of farm loans up to Rs 2 lakhs. Revanth Reddy claimed at a Kosgi event that because of their "neglect" of the palamuru district, neither the opposition bjp nor the government BRS (Bharat Rashtra Samithi) had the moral right to request votes from the mahabubnagar parliamentary seat. He said that congress is actively trying to promote this subject and accused them of neglecting to give it priority.
 

Additionally, revanth reddy chastised bjp MPs for not fulfilling their pledges to Telangana's citizens, especially those residing in the erstwhile mahabubnagar area. He called attention to the “lack of progress” about prime minister Narendra Modi’s unfulfilled pledge to give the Palamuru-Rangareddy Lift Irrigation Scheme national project status during the 2014 elections. watch out this space for more updates.
 
 

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