The chief minister gave beneficiaries Kundarapu murali from Velmapalli village in Kotapalli mandal and Mamidi Satyanarayana from the Bheemaram mandal centre checks for Rs 1 lakh each. He also gave house pattas and cheques for Rs 3 lakh to Birudula Laxmi and Thotapalli Lavanya from Donabanda village in hajipur mandal, who are Gruhalaxmi scheme beneficiaries.
The chief minister, who had a busy schedule in mancherial, also laid the groundwork for the mancherial Government Medical College, the Integrated district Offices Complex (IDOC), the Chennur Lift Irrigation Scheme, an oil palm industry complex, and a bridge over the godavari river worth Rs. 164 crore.
According to Chandrashekhar Rao, the current monthly Aasara pension will increase by Rs. 1,000. The statement was made in conjunction with the Welfare Day activities that were held as part of the telangana State Formation Day centenary festivities. He said that the change will start to help 5.16 lakh people with disabilities in the coming month.
Long before the dasara holiday, when similar incentives are typically given, the chief minister announced a bonus of Rs. 700 crore for all singareni employees in addition to the pension hike. Additionally, he presented checks to Avula venkatesh from Kasipet village in Thandur mandal and Bolaveni Odelu from hajipur mandal headquarters who were recipients of the second round of the sheep distribution plan.
Chandrashekhar Rao expressed his worries about the situation of singareni during a subsequent pragathi Nivedana public forum in mancherial, highlighting the damage the congress party has done to the institution.
He emphasised that the bjp was attempting to privatise coal mining despite prime minister Narendra Modi's claims to the contrary, while the congress party had given away 49% of the shares in singareni Collieries Company Limited. However, he said that by permitting the Coal Ministry to proceed with coal block auctions, Modi had defrauded the people of Telangana.
The chief minister reaffirmed that improving the welfare and development of all citizens was a priority for the State administration, and that his main concern was the overall well-being of telangana society.
He emphasised the government's efforts in the agricultural sector, including the Rythu Bandhu scheme's disbursement of Rs. 65,000 crore in financial aid to farmers.
In comparison to the nation's 94 lakh acres of rice farming, he said that telangana produced more paddy during the Yasangi crop season than Punjab.
Telangana produces over 3 crore tonnes of paddy annually and plans to grow oil plantations on 20 lakh acres of land.