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Harish Assures to Develop Narayankhed

Published: 24th November 2015 06:15 AM  |   Last Updated: 24th November 2015 06:15 AM   |  A+A-

SANGAREDDY: Irrigation minister T Harish Rao said Narayankhed constituency’s backwardness is due to the negligence by past rulers and promised that TRS government will develop the constituency industrially and agriculturally. Touring Manoor and Kangti mandals of Narayankhed constituency on Monday, the minister visited Audatpur village of Manoor mandal and later his adopted Esgi village and laid foundation stone for the construction of SC, BC community hall at an estimated cost of Rs 10 lakh in Esgi.

Speaking on the occasion he said Narayankhed constituency was neglected for the past 60 years and assured development now. He said proposals are being prepared for setting up industries in the area and added a survey is being conducted to transform Gatla Lingampally tank in Manoor mandal into a reservoir. He said if reservoir is constructed, there will be sufficient water for irrigation in Manoor, Kangti and Pedda Shankarampet mandal farmers.

He said a solar plant will be set up to eradicate power problem in the constituency. He appealed Narayankhed people to participate in achieving Bangaru Telangana. He also said Rs 94 lakh would be spent for restoring the tank in Esgi.



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