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Congress government is committed to welfare of people: Komatireddy

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Minister for Roads and Buildings Komatireddy Venkat Reddy has maintained that the objective of the government is the welfare of the people and as part of it the state government is launching Indiramma Housing programme on Feb 11 at Bhadrachalam.
He laid the foundation stone for a string of development works in Devarakonda Assembly constituency of Nalgonda district on Sunday.
Prior to taking part  in a series of development programmes, the minister visited Saibaba temple at Chintapalli in Devarakonda Assembly constituency. The temple chairman M Dhanunjay and priests extended traditional welcome to the minister on his arrival at the temple.
The Minister performed special pujas to the deity there.
Addressing the gathering there, he highlighted the housing programme and government’s another objective is to extend financial support to the poor. The Chief Minister and Ministers have been working 24×7 to fulfill the objective.
The government has targeted to complete SLBC tunnel and Dindi irrigation project in three years, he said.
He targets to upgrade all panchayat roads in Devarakonda constituency to that of R and B roads and ensure that every tribal hamlet and village has road communication facilities. Any amount of service done to the tribals of the region is not adequate, he felt.
The minister laid the foundation stone for widening the Hyderabad-Nagarjunasagar highway in Chintapallimandal headquarters for a distance of 2 km into four-lane road from the existing two-lane road to strengthen the highway.
He visited the Godadevi Sameta Venkateswara Swamy temple on a hill in Devarakonda town and inspected the progress of works. When the committee members brought to his notice the need to develop road to the hill top and other temple development works, the minister assured the committee to sanction the road and release funds for development of the temple.
Later, he laid the foundation stone for strengthening and widening the streth of road from Mynampalli to Dindi Cross Roads at a cost of Rs 14 crore.
Devarakonda MLA Balu Naik, Revenue Additional Collector J Srinivas, R and B Superintending Engineer Rajeshwar Reddy, other officials and elected people’s representatives took part in the event.

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