Kishan Reddy asks party workers to promote development programs
Hyderabad, Nov.14 (Maxim News): Union Minister of Tourism and Culture G. Kishan Reddy today called upon the party workers and leaders to promote all the development programs being implemented by central government in the state .
He said that the central government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was spending crores of rupees for the comprehensive development of the country. He said that he would transform his Secunderabad constituency into an model constituency in the entire country.
He made these remarks during a review meeting held on the development programs being held in his constituency at Secunderabad party office.
The national OBC Morcha president of the party Dr. K. Laxman , central committee president of the party Gautam Rao and Mahankali district president Shyam Sunder Goud took part in the meeting.
Speaking on the occasion he claimed that pm Modi had released crore of rupees of funds for the development of the telangana state.
Targeting Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao , he alleged that the CM was carrying out false campaign against the central government even after release of the funds for different schemes. He said that his goal was to ensure public based development in his constituency . (Maxim News)
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