Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on the 11th of February, Friday, inaugurated a new collectorate complex in Jangaon.
During the inauguration, Mr. K. Chandrashekar Rao said, “Prof Jayashankar and I were upset by looking at the miserable conditions in the district. We halted at Bacchanapet for a meeting when proceeding from Siddipet to Warangal. Many elderly people who attended the meeting poured their woes stating that the district has been suffering from drought and should walk for about four kilometers to fetch water. But now, after achieving the statehood, the government is moving forward as planned and completely without corruption.” He further said, “The government stood by the employees during the Telangana movement and now we are supporting them in all possible ways. Now, the employees are financially stable. There will be no drought in Warangal and Telangana states. We are building a wonderful Telangana and it will still get better. There is development in many areas.”
Ministers Errabelli Dayakar Rao, Satyavati Rathod, MPs, district MLAs, and collectors were present.
Spread across 25 acres, the collectorate complex has been built at a cost of Rs 58.20 crore. Speaking on the occasion, the CM recalled the poor condition of the district before the formation of the state and said that the Jangaon district has developed in all forms.
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