Etela sees bright future for TS

Published on May 12, 2015 00:59:30 AM
Cities
Finance Minister Etela Rajender stated that government is striving hard to change people’s lives. On Monday he participated in reviving a water body with an expenditure of Rs 1.41 crores under Mission Kakatiya programme at Gattu boothkur of Gangadhara mandal in the district. Addressing the public, Rajender stated that previous rulers ignored Telangana people’s welfare, but the present ruling public representatives are striving hard for developing people’s lives and the State.

He also informed that previous government paid a pension of Rs 98,000 to Gattu boothkur, but now the pension has increased to Rs 5 lakhs per month. He further informed that about 4 lakhs beedi workers in the State will get their pensions worth Rs 1000 per month and 40 lakhs hostel students will get healthy meals. He also stated that State government is supplying 24 hours uninterrupted domestic current, promising nine hours continuous power supply to farmers’ fields. In this programme Choppadandi MLA Bodiga Shobha, Zilla Parishad Chairperson Tula Uma, irrigation, RWS officials and local public representatives participated.