CM attributes co-operative poll victory to government schemes

Published: 22nd February 2013 09:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd February 2013 09:39 AM   |  A+A-

Attributing the credit of Congress’ victory in the cooperative societies polls to the development and welfare programmes initiated by the State government, chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy has emphasised the need for keeping intact the faith people have reposed in the ruling party.

Speaking to Congress leaders and activists who met him at his camp office here on Thursday, Reddy suggested that every Congress activist make it a point to take the government’s developmental and welfare programmes to every household in the state.

Newly-elected Chittoor DCCB chief A Rajasekhara Reddy, his deputy Sudhakar and other directors met the chief minister along with minister Galla Aruna Kumari, who hails from the district, and thanked him for his support. The chief minister congratulated them on their victory and exhorted them to propagate government’s welfare schemes more intensely.

M Satyanarayana, Brahmam and about 100 party leaders from Chilakaluripeta in Guntur district also met the chief minister and sought appointment of a party in-charge for the constituency. They were asked to discuss the matter with district ministers and senior party leaders and propose a name for the purpose. He asked the party activists from the two districts to work whole-heartedly for the party’s victory in the ensuing elections to local bodies.

Ministers S Vijayarama Raju, J Geetha Reddy, DK Aruna, M Mahidhar Reddy and KV Krishna Reddy, MLAs, MLCs, newly-elected DCCB and DCMS chiefs and directors also met the chief minister.

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