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Telangana election: KCR’s domestic seat of gajwel is a look at in contrast

Hyderabad:Telangana’s care taker CM Chandrasekhar Rao has accomplished loads for his gajwel constituency in this four years. but, his victory is not a foregone end.As per a study published in a news paper Gajwel is a look at in contrast if one juxtaposes the prosperous Erravalli village with the dusty hamlets nearby.
Erravalli, one of the version villages followed by using KCR, is dotted with photograph-perfect double bed room unbiased homes fitted with sanitation and consuming water facilities, other than 24-hour loose energy. this is a part of the flagship scheme that the cm launched right here and in narsannpet.
But, just kilometres away in itkyal village, the scheme is but to take off. “the land for those double bedroom houses is yet to be diagnosed. there has been no trade in our lives notwithstanding itkyal being a part of gajwel,” stated rajalingam, who works in a private organization inside the city. Telangana Rashtra Samithi’s kcr received the 2014 assembly elections from gajwel, defeating vanteru pratap reddy of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), who has due to the fact joined the congress, via about 20,000 votes. Both KCR and Reddy, as the maha kootami (grand alliance of congress and tdp) candidate, are looking for election from gajwel.
The distribution of land is a part of the trs’ 2014 election manifesto wherein it had promised to offer three acres of agricultural land to every landless dalit circle of relatives. but trs additionally faces the ire of different villages in gajwel because the rythu bandhu scheme has not reached them.
The rythu bandhu scheme is a welfare programme to support farmers with Rs.4,000 according to acre in keeping with season, twice a 12 months. the nation 2018-2019 budget allocated Rs.11,925 center for the scheme.

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