Unveils the plaque for Rajiv Gruhakalpa housing colony comprising 1,248 houses
He gave away 820 house site pattas to beneficiaries
Assets worth of Rs. 71.16 crore given under bank linkage
KADAPA: Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy disbursed assets worth of Rs. 71.16 crore among women members of self help groups of urban and rural areas under bank linkage in the public meeting near Rajiv Gruhakalpa at Putlampalle here on Wednesday.
Dr. Reddy inaugurated Rajiv Gruhakalpa housing colony comprising 1,248 houses costing Rs. 12 crore by unveiling a plaque and gave away allotment letters to beneficiaries, mementos and certificates to best bankers. He gave away 820 house site pattas to beneficiaries.
He also disbursed Janasree Bima Yojana insurance cheques for Rs. 2.10 lakhs to 13 members. He released a family counselling booklet and released tatkal brochures.
Dr. Rajasekhara Reddy also unveiled a plaque of C.P. Brown Information Technology City to come up on a 50-acre stretch near RIMS hospital and handed over letters allotting five acres each to representatives of Infotech and Raheja companies.
On arrival by helicopter in Kadapa municipal stadium, he distributed 40 tricycles and 20 callipers to physically challenged persons and gave away cheques for Rs. 30,000 each to five groups through Disabled Welfare and Municipal Corporation schemes.
He inaugurated the State guest house constructed at a cost of Rs. 2.78 crore near Koti Reddy circle. He also opened the DWMA office built in Maruthinagar at a cost of Rs. 48 lakh.
The Chief Minister visited the house of an advocate E.P. Narayana Reddy in Cooperative Colony.
He later attended two marriages.
Kadapa police made elaborate bandobust arrangements and posted scores of personnel all over Kadapa town for the Chief Minister’s visit.
The town witnessed traffic jams as police stopped traffic at important junctions to facilitate the passage of Chief Minister’s convoy. Dr. Reddy, MPs, MLAs, MLCs and officials moved around in a bus.