Nirmal: Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao called upon people throw the Congress into "Bangalakatham (Bay of Bengal)" — where it said it would throw Dharani portal if it is voted to power in the upcoming Assembly elections.

Focusing the meeting on the Dharani portal, he warned the people that if the Congress came to power in Telangana, it would welfare schemes. "They will say 'Ram Ram' to Rythu Bandhu and 'Jai Bheem' to Dalit Bandhu," the CM remarked to loud applause from the gathering at a public meeting in Nirmal on Sunday.

He had earlier inaugurated the BRS district office and integrated district collectorate complex and laid the foundation stone for the government medical college and formally inaugurated 2,000 2BHK units. Despite a drizzle, the meeting began on schedule.

He mostly targeted the Congress and its leaders’ for their anti-BRS utterances. Rao repeatedly asked the gathering whether they wanted the Dharani portal to continue or not, to which the people replied in the affirmative.

Rao cautioned that if the Dharani portal was scrapped, it would bring back the dangerous patwari and VRO system. "They will snatch the land of farmers by changing manual land ownership title records as per their whims and fancies," he said. This would fuel corruption and farmers will be forced to bribe revenue officials for registration in order to protect their land.

Rao said the Dharani portal had checked corruption in land transactions and registrations as it functioned in a transparent manner. He said that it was because of the meticulous data in the Dharani portal

that farmers were able to get money under the Rythu Bandhu and Rythu Bheema.

Rao said that the portal was so well-received that farmers and people from Maharashtra were enquiring about it. They were keen to know how welfare scheme amounts were being deposited into the accounts of farmers directly.

Rao alleged that the Congress had destroyed the Telangana region and the people must be wary of the dangers that await them if the party came to power.

The Chief Minister said that he will soon visit Basar to lay the foundation stone for a ‘beautiful and grand Basara temple’. Rao said that the state government would focus on food processing industries so as to create more jobs. Every taluk will boast of such industries, he said.

He appreciated minister Allola Indrakaran Reddy, the MLAs and education officials as Nirmal district had topped the SSC examinations.

The Chief Minister announced Rs 10 lakh funds to each of the 396 gram panchayats, Rs 25 crore each to Khanapur, Nirmal and Mudhole municipalities and Rs 20 lakh each to 17 mandal headquarters in Nirmal district towards development works.

He called upon the people to celebrate Cheruvula Panduga on June 8.

MLAs Balka Suman, Rekha Naik, Durgam Chinnaiah, Vittal Reddy, Diwakar Rao, Jogu Ramanna, Rathod Bapurao, Kova Laxmi, ZP chairpersons Rathod Janardhan, Vijayalaxmi, MLC Dande Vittal, former MP Godam Nageh,  MLC Puranam Satish and senior leader Satyarnarayana Goud, Lok Bhuma Reddy and others were present.

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