10 lakh new pensions sanctioned after I quit MLA post: Komatireddy Rajgopal
Hyderabad, August 12: Komatireddy Rajgopal Reddy, who quit the Congress and MLA post, said on Friday that his resignation to Munugode Assembly constituency did not go waste as the TRS government sanctioned 10 lakh new pensions across the state.
Speaking to the media here, he expressed happiness over absorbing field assistants into jobs. “Soon after I met Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the Telangana government declared Ghattuppal as mandal headquarters falling under the Munugode constituency,” he mentioned and added that Rs 20 lakh each granted to every village in Munugode segment for laying CC roads and drains, and installation of street lights.
“My resignation has proved once again that the TRS government will take up developmental works in the constituencies which will go for elections,” he said. Rajgopal stated that downfall of Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao (KCR) will begin with the BJP victory in Munugode. His followers were present.