Nizamabad: Empowerment of Backward Classes is possible only with TRS government said BC Welfare Minister Gangula Kamalakar and added that Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao is striving hard for fulfilling the desires of the community in State.
On Monday, Kamalakar inspected Mahatma Jyothibhaphule Telangana BC welfare residential girls school at Dasnagar and interacted with students and teachers and conducted a meeting with 34 BC leaders at MLC Kavitha office along with MLC Kavitha, Aakula Lalitha, and MLA’s Jeevan Reddy and Ganesh Gupta.
Minister said that after TRS government came to power around 261 residential schools were launched helping lakhs of students from the community to get quality education in these schools.
MLC Kavitha appealed Minister to allocate two BC hostels to the Nizamabad and a BC Bhavan.
In these meetings Nizamabad ZP Chairman D Vittal Rao, Nizamabad and Armoor MLA’s A Jeevan Reddy, Bigala Ganesh Gupta, MLC’s Aakula Lalitha, NUDA Chairman C Prabhakar Reddy, TRS leader Rajaram Yadav, and various BC castes representatives participated.
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