Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to kickstart a wave of developmental initiatives in Telangana, with projects valued at a staggering Rs 21,500 crore. Union Minister G Kishan Reddy unveiled this ambitious plan during a press conference on Friday, shedding light on Modi’s forthcoming visits to Mahabubnagar and Nizamabad on October 1 and 3.
In Mahabubnagar, PM Modi will inaugurate projects amounting to Rs 13,545 crore, while in Nizamabad, he will either launch or inaugurate projects worth Rs 8,021 crore. Following these significant unveilings, Modi will engage with the public in both locations through public meetings.
Minister Reddy underscored the substantial investment by the Centre in the past nine years, with a whopping Rs 9 lakh crore poured into infrastructure projects since Modi took office. He criticized the Telangana government, led by the BRS party, alleging that some projects stalled due to their failure to provide the necessary land.
Reddy also took a swipe at the BRS government’s recent stance on women’s issues, highlighting their earlier lack of female representation in the cabinet. He referred to the government’s abrupt backing of the Women’s Reservation Bill as “ridiculous.”
With Prime Minister Modi at the helm, these future initiatives mark an important turning point in Telangana’s growth. He has been instrumental in advancing the area’s prosperity.
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