KTR Promise to Develop Banswada as Model Town: IT and Municipal Administration Minister KT Rama Rao on Saturday inaugurated Rs 66.05 crore worth development works in Banswada in Kamareddy district and promised to develop the place as a model town in the State.
The Minister inaugurated the widened road between Banswada and Hyderabad completed at a cost of Rs 34.90 crore, newly laid CC roads at a cost of Rs 21 crore, and a mini-tank bund at Kalki Cheruvu developed at a cost of Rs 7.50 crore and a stadium named after Dr. Jayashankar worth Rs 2.65 crore. Assembly Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy presided over the program and R&B Minister Prashanth Reddy was the guest.
Speaking on the occasion, Minister KTR said that the Banswada Assembly constituency was experiencing tremendous development under the leadership of Speaker Pocharam Srinivas Reddy. He promised to extend support for the development of Banswada as a model town.
He said that with the new infrastructure thrown open on Saturday, Banswada presented a beautiful look and the newly constructed stadium should be helpful to sportspersons. The construction of nearly 2,000 double-bedroom houses for people was another boon for the people of Banswada. The Minister said that the Speaker, Srinivas Reddy, was equally good in all the roles given to him.
Earlier as a Minister, he successfully implemented the Rythu Bandhu and Rythu Beema schemes. The Municipal Administration Minister that the Telangana government was implementing various schemes for the benefit of the poor, downtrodden communities and farmers to strengthen them and appealed to people to extend their support to the government to turn the State into a ‘Golden Telangana’.