Youth leader Rangineni Abhilash earns hearts of rural folks during Palle Nidra
Hans News service: Wanaparthy, Feb 25, 2021:
Rangineni Abhilash, the TRS Kollapur Youth Committee Chairperson, who had embarked on a long journey of Palle Nidra Programme to reach the rural folks in the villages and learn about their problems and issues and solve them at his best with whatever resources he has with him, has really earned the hearts of the poor in the rural villages of Kollapur constituency during the past two months of his journey in the rural parts of the region.
Inspired with Telangana Chief Minister’s initiative of Palle Nidra programme who conducted first in Siddpet before plunging himself into the Telangana movement, Rangineni Abhilash is also following the same path to learn about the people in the villages, their problems, issues and challenges faced by the villagers.
“As I have already told you that I got inspired by Telangana CM KCR’s programme of Pella Nidra, who could understand the real issues being faced by the people which later helped him to gain knowledge of the entire region and the state based on which he could prepare and implement visionary and revolutionary programmes which are reaping fruits for the people of Telangana. Even am also taking the same path to at least change the lives of poor and downtrodden in the rural parts of Kollapur which is very much backward in all respects and striving to do my best to resolve them with my own resources. With the kind of response, love and affection these people are showering during my 'pallenidra' visits, it is giving me more energy and enthusiasm to learn more and more about them and getting encouraged to stay with them, learn about them and trying to do my best their problems are resolved to some extent,” said Abhilash, while touring Gopal Dinne village of Veepanagandla mandal under Kollapur constituency on Thursday.
Earlier, Abhilash visited Gopal Dinne village who was received warmly by the villagers. After garlanding the statue of Ambedkar in the village, he visited each and every colony in the village met with children, elders, women and youth and interacted with them. Later in the evening the youth leader conducted a meeting and interacted with each and every person in the village and tried to learn their problems, issues and challenges they are facing. He later had dinner with the villagers, slept in the village and later in the morning conducted a morning walk and took stock of the cleanliness of drains, roads and implementation of greenery programmes in the village.