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Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao announces Rs. 10 lakhs for every family in his native village in Siddipet

"The people of Chintamadaka can purchase tractors, farmlands, harvesting machines. All the 2000 families in the village will be benefited with this scheme," K Chandrasekhara Rao said in Siddipet.

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Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has announced Rs. 10 lakh for each of the 2000 families in his native village during his visit to Siddipet. The gesture appears to be a token of gratitude toward the people of Chintamadaka village where he was born.

He said, “I have taken birth in Chintamadaka village of Siddipet district. I owe to the people of Chintamadaka village. I am announcing today that every family of Chintamadaka village will get Rs. 10 lakh from the government and they can purchase anything from Rs. 10 lakh.”

“The people of Chintamadaka can purchase tractors, farmlands, harvesting machines. All the 2000 families in the village will be benefited with this scheme,” he said. “It is my duty to help you all. Every villager should get benefited. Everyone has to be healthy and wealthy,” Rao said, adding that he was working to make Chintamadaka a model village.

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Furthermore, the Chief Minister also sanctioned an additional Rs 25 crore for the development of Siddipet town, Rs 5 crore for the development of Ranganayak Sagar tank and allocated another Rs 50 lakh for every panchayat in the Siddipet assembly segment. The villages of Mustabad and Gudur will also receive Rs. 1 crore each and Rs 10 crore will be given to Dubbak.

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