Telangana Minister KT Rama Rao on Saturday inaugurated state’s 2BHK houses scheme and offered 330 units of such houses to the poor through a lottery system. Calling it a “proud" moment, he said that the state government is committed to to give a top priority to welfare of poor.
“Without giving a single rupee bribe the poor can get their houses and I am fortunate to handover the documents and keys to the beneficiaries," he said during the inaugural event.
“The Govt has constructed 330 units of 2 BHK Dignity Houses at Ambedkar Nagar at a cost of Rs 28.05 Crores. This housing colony has facilities such as lifts, CC Roads, Shops amongst others," he tweeted.
Ministers @KTRTRS, @YadavTalasani, @mahmoodalitrs inaugurated the newly constructed 2 BHK Dignity Houses at Ambedkar Nagar in Hyderabad. Mayor @GadwalvijayaTRS, Dy Mayor @SrilathaMothe, MLC @SurabhiVaniDevi and other dignitaries participated. pic.twitter.com/wd57ZGMnVv— Minister for IT, Industries, MA & UD, Telangana (@MinisterKTR) June 26, 2021
He also asked the house owners to maintain cleanliness in the housing society and also focus to protect the environment.
No other state in India gives such 2 BHK houses for the poor in the country and credit goes to K Chandrasekhar Rao, he added.
He also informed that the Telangana government is spending Rs 45,000 crore for welfare of people through multiple schemes.