"President Kousalya of the congress party's women's wing for Jagadirgutta 126 division has been given a 2BHK house. bjp politician Sunita has also been given a home in Phase I of the same division, according to Rama Rao, who on thursday distributed ownership certificates to 2BHK allottees in Dundigal.
The minister advised the populace not to be seduced by the promises being made by leaders from New delhi and Karnataka, claiming that chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao loved the poor, farmers, and dalits more than any other leader in the nation.
Rama Rao added that the chief minister was putting together far larger packages for the welfare of the State's underprivileged, and that he would soon be providing the specifics.
The minister claimed that the telangana government's Dignity Housing plan was the largest slum redevelopment programme for any city in the nation and challenged the opposition parties to present examples of government dwellings in any State that were comparable to those being built by the telangana government.
On thursday, 13,300 double-bedroom homes in eight different parts of the city were allotted in a transparent manner. According to him, the beneficiaries only needed to submit applications; the government would handle the rest. 30,000 of the 1 lakh double bedroom homes have all been distributed as of this point. Within a month, he promised, the remaining 70,000 homes would likewise be dispersed. According to him, 400 people with disabilities, 1923 Dalits, 655 Girijans, and the remaining 8,652 beneficiaries received houses on thursday alone. The minister urged applicants not to pay money to anyone and stated that houses were being allocated to everyone, including those from opposing parties.
Despite the Covid pandemic's negative economic effects, the Rythu Bandhu scheme disbursed Rs. 73,000 crore and twice waived farm loans. He said that by introducing the ground-breaking Dalit Bandhu initiative, a national precedent for Dalit empowerment was formed.