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Griha Jyoti helped 1,82,000 people in Nalgonda: Venkat

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Stating that he is seeing happiness in the eyes of the poor after 10 years, R&B Minister Komatireddy Venkat Reddy said the Griha Jyoti scheme has touched the lives of 1,82,000 beneficiaries in Nalgonda district, bringing tangible results within a short span.
“We are implementing the promises given by the government to the poor within 90 days,” he said.
He said the distribution of Indiramma houses will start on March 11, highlighting the government’s dedication to providing housing to the homeless.
The visit of Komatireddy Venkat Reddy to Nalgonda district brought smiles on the faces of the underprivileged. The Minister, currently on an extensive tour of the district, addressed various issues with authorities during his morning sessions.
In a significant move, Venkat released the Youth Congress Parliament election poster and participated in the Pulse polio programme at the PHC.
The Minister, showing his commitment to public welfare visited the houses of Grihajyothi beneficiaries in Nalgonda and told them about the various initiatives undertaken by the Congress government.
The Minister, known for his hands-on approach, attended various programmes in Nalgonda town on a bike, resonating with the Congress ranks and boosting the morale of the party cadre. The people of Nalgonda, seeing Minister Venkat’s style of addressing issues on the spot expressed admiration.
During the visit, Venkat engaged with zero electricity bill consumers, listening to their experiences in Manyam Chelka, Hyder Khan Guda and Rahmat Nagar. The beneficiaries shared stories of their hardships under the BRS government and expressed joy at the positive impact of Congress initiatives like Grihajyoti, free bus travel and the Rs 500 gas cylinder scheme.
In response, Venkat assured the residents that the Congress government is committed to supporting people from all walks of life. He highlighted the success of the Griha Jyoti scheme, providing zero electricity bills from March 1, and reaffirmed that all promises to the poor would be fulfilled within 90 days.
He shared upcoming plans, including the construction of Indiramma houses for the homeless, new buildings for health centres and the creation of jobs for educated youth. Despite financial challenges, he affirmed the timely payment of salaries to government employees.
Before concluding his visit, he addressed the opposition’s scepticism, stating that the Congress government would rigorously implement the six guarantees promised by Soniamma and projected the Congress’s continued leadership for the next 20 years.
He was also honoured on the Arya Samaj premises in Nalgonda on the occasion of the centenary of the establishment of Nalgonda district Arya Samaj. The programme was attended by District Collector Dasari Harichandana, Municipal Chairman Burri Srinivasa Reddy and other dignitaries.

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