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‘Cong government will roll out more welfare schemes’

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Deputy Chief Minister said that the State government is making all efforts to mobilise additional resources.
Deputy Chief Minister Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka on Wednesday asserted that the government is committed to the welfare of the poor. The Congress government, he said, has been making efforts to mobilise additional resources to roll out more welfare schemes for the welfare of the poor.
Speaking at a meeting, shortly after laying the foundation stone for the Redlakunta Lift Irrigation Scheme under the Kodad Assembly constituency, Vikramarka said that the government has already decided to allot Rs 3,5000 houses under the Indiramma Housing scheme to each Assembly constituency. The lift irrigation scheme was taken up at a cost of Rs 47.64 crore. Apart from it, Irrigation Minister N Uttam Kumar Reddy said that the restoration of another lift irrigation scheme at a cost of Rs 5.30 crore was also taken up.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that the State government was committed to extending the benefits of six guarantees to all eligible people in the State. In addition to providing each LPG cylinder at Rs 500 and free power up to 200 units to the poor with having white ration cards, the government has been giving houses to the poor under the Indiramma Housing scheme.
He assured that an integrated model school would be sanctioned for Kdodad and Huzurnagar assembly constituency. Irrigation and Civil Supplies.
Uttam Kumar Reddy said a 100-bed government hospital would come up at Kodad and the officials were preparing estimates for it. New ration cards would be soon issued to the eligible families in the state.
Kodad MLA N Padmavathi Reddy and others were present.
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