It is my Duty to Develop my Village: KCR
- Announces sops to Mothe village
HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao today announced sops to Mothe village in Nizamabad district, as part of Haritha Haram project. Along with Union Minister Prakash Javadekar and MP Kavitha, Rao planted a sapling at a school in the village.
Speaking on the occasion, the chief minister announced two-crore rupees financial assistance to the village for laying roads and drainage canals and MP Kavitha would grant 50-lakh rupees, if necessary.
“Mothe is my own village and the soil is so powerful it should be mixed in farm wells for better crop yield”, he said, It is my duty to develop the village, otherwise, I will lose my value.
Recalling that he had taken the movement to the peak by carrying its soil, Rao said the village would be developed with adequate funds. He attributed the poor rainfall in the district to the negligence of the previous governments. The CM also announced 80-lakh rupees for village panchayat building, besides construction of a modern hospital and a transformer for power needs.
“As I cannot bring rains, it is for you to voluntarily participate in the massive greenery program to attract more rains,” he said. Mothe village will get 1,000 more saplings in addition to 40,000 being given to every village as part of greenery expansion, he said and called upon people to safeguard the plants until they become trees to attract rains.
He also announced double bedroom flats, Godavari waters, 100 percent subsidy for sprinkler irrigation and turmeric platforms.
“Soon I will lay foundation for Kaleswaram project through which 3,000 acres out of 3,800 acres will be irrigated through drip irrigation,”he said. (NSS)