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MAHABUBNAGAR: Chief Minister K. Rosaiah, Revenue Minister Dharmana Prasad Rao and other Congress leaders faced an embarrassing situation when a beneficiary spoke against the government at the public meeting. Ambothu Achhali, a beneficiary of the land distribution programme from Sirisingandla village in Vangoor mandal, said that they were getting back only the money invested into women self help groups without any benefits of revolving fund or loans at three per cent interest (`pavala vaddi scheme) loan.
As she continued, Revenue Minister D. Prasada Rao interrupted her. Officials were also shocked over her remarks about the functioning of women's self help groups.
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