Member of Parliament K. Kavitha Participating in the inaugural of the three day Mana Ooru Mana MP Programme (Our Village, Our MP) programme at Binola of Navipet mandal on Friday, she criticised the persons who were elected MPs earlier but did not make efforts to solve problems persisting in the villages.
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appealed to the people to bring to her notice their problems and works to be done in their villages. Funds for developmental work would not be a problem, she said.
The programme was launched to learn the problems and aspirations of people, she added.
Accompanied by the local MLA Mohammed Shakeel, DCMS chairman Muzeeb and TRS district president E. Ganga Reddy, she went around the village meeting residents.
Later, she held a praja darbar at the gram panchayat office and ascertained whether the poor, women, beedi workers and the physically-challenged were getting the benefits from the government.
Ms. Kavitha said that there were so many issues in the villages and the present Government was striving to solve them one by one.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Shakeel expressed anger at the workers of the Nizam Deccan Sugars Limited (previously Nizam Sugar Factory at Bodhan) when they burnt the effigy of the Minister for Agriculture Pocharam Srinivas Reddy.
He said it was not appropriate to resort to such acts when the Minister was trying to solve their demands and revive the factory.
The programme is launched to learn problems and aspirations of people, said Nizamabad MP
MP Kavita visits Nizamabad as part of Mana Ooru-Mana MP programme