Wed. Aug 4th, 2021

“Not by words but by actions great things are achieved. And the day when every resident of Vasalamarri spreads love and laughter, practises ‘one for all and all for one’ and works for the development of the village, B. Vasalamarri will be achieved. B stands for Bangaru,” Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao told the residents here on Tuesday. On this occasion, CM KCR had lunch with the villagers of Vasalamarri.

The Yadadri Bhuvanagiri district administration has been engaged for three days in making arrangements as per the instructions given by CM KCR himself to the Vasalamarri village sarpanch Anjaneyulu over the phone. The review was conducted to ensure that the Gram Sabha was fully operational for success.

CM KCR clarified that people of Vasalamarri are his entire family members from today. The CM addressed a gathering organized there as part of his visit to Vasalamarri village. He said there was a need to develop the village beyond castes and politics and opined that all the villagers should pledge for the development of Vasalamarri. “If there is a problem, if everyone fights together, the problems will go away; village needs have to be met through the resources available here,” KCR said. He said if all the villagers work for 2 hours, development will be possible without fail.

Vasalamarri located on the Bhongir-Pragnapur road in Turkapally mandal in the district borders with Mr. Rao’s Gajwel Assembly constituency and is even closer to his farm house at Erravelli. And it was thea stroke of luck that Mr. Rao had stopped his convoy on October 31, 2020, and listened to the grievances of Vasalamarri, marked by migration, poor housing and livelihood issues. Soon Mr. Rao announced his adoption plan with an outlay of ₹100 crore.

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