Telangana CM visits Gajwel for development works

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

Gajwel (Telangana) [India] Mar. 3 (ANI): Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao visited Gajwel town on Friday and reviewed the development works. He stated that people's participation in Gajwel Assembly Constituency should be developed as the model segment in the country. Later, the Chief Minister held a meeting with the ministers, other public representatives and officials at Pragathi Bhavan. Speaking on the occasion, Chandrashekhar Rao said, "Under Mission Bhagiratha all the villages in Gajwel Constituency are getting the drinking water supply and very soon irrigation water will be provided in the segment under Kaleswaram Project. Progress is being made in Education and Health sectors also." Chandrashekhar suggested that works on Gajwel hospital, Integrated Offices Complex should be expedited. He gave a confirmation that bus stand will be developed and behind it veg and non-veg markets would be built. All villages in the constituency should have a dumping yards and cremation ground. On March 6, there would be an extended meeting that will be held in Janahita in Pragathi Bhavan. At the meeting, along with Chandrashekhar Rao, other ministers like T. Harish Rao, Dr Laxmareddy, MP Prabhakar Rao, District Collector Venkatram Reddy, Joint Collector Hanumanth Rao, Former MLA T. Narsareddy, DCCB Chairman Devender Reddy, DCCB former Chairman Election Reddy, Municipal Chairman G. Bhaskar, Bar Association President Gopal Rao, Leaders T. Ramreddy, Dr Yadav Reddy, N. Yadagiri, Narender Reddy, M. Bhoom Reddy, K. Rajireddy, T. Mutyalu, Sultan and others participated. (ANI)