Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao was following the footsteps of B.R. Ambedkar for the welfare of Dalits claimed Deputy Chief Minister T. Rajaiah on Tuesday. He added Community Halls will be built at a cost of Rs 25 lakh at the mandal level in the state and funds will be allocated in the next budget and as soon as possible CM will take decision on this.
After disclosing the B.R Ambedkar statue today evening, T. Rajaiah was addressing a gathering at Mamidipalli village in Dandepalli mandal.
Contribution of Dalits to the TS turbulence will be remembered for ever and find fault with Dalit leaders who were hesitating to concede their caste name though enjoying the fruits of the reservations said Rajaiah.
Fee reimbursement will be given to all the eligible students under the FAST (Financial Assistance to the Students of Telangana) scheme and added that eligible persons will get the pensions. Some students raised slogans for massive delay in releasing the funds for post metric scholarships and issuing guidelines to the FAST.
Deputy Chief Minister Rajaiah Minister inaugurated the PHC at Donabanda village. And he will review the medical and health issues at Mancherial area hospital and his halting is in hospital. Bellampalli MLA Durgam Chinnaiah, Peddapalli MP Balka Suman, Mancherial MLA Diwakar Rao and East region party convenor Puranam Satish were also present.