HUZURNAGAR: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao visited Huzurnagar for the first time after TRS candidate Sanampudi Saidi Reddy won Huzurnagar by-election by a huge margin of 43,358 votes against Congress candidate Nalamada Padmavathi Reddy on Saturday, October 26. KCR announced a bouquet of developmental programmes and welfare initiatives for the Huzurnagar constituency.
Addressing a huge gathering at Huzurnagar thanksgiving meeting, the CM said that Huzurnagar would be given Rs 25 crore under the CM Relief Fund. KCR further added that Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) party allocated Rs. 15 crore Nereducharla municipality.
CM KCR added that Rs 20 lakh will be given to each of the 134-gram panchayats, and Rs 30 lakhs will be given for the development activities of each zonal center.
TRS president assured people that Huzurnagar will be upgraded as a revenue division. KCR sanctioned construction of Banjara Bhavan in the Huzurnagar constituency.
KCR further added that the Telangana government will set up a tribal school along with a hostel facility in Huzurnagar, and he even said that a court will be set up in Huzurnagar.
Telangana CM also assured that most of the double bedroom houses will be sanctioned to the people of Huzurnagar constituency.