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KCR Assures Real Estate Boom

Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) President K Chandrasekhar Rao stated that the real estate prices in and around Hyderabad will skyrocket after Telangana Formation.
Hyderabad | 20th March 2011
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) President K Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday sought to dispel apprehensions that the real estate prices will crash in and around Hyderabad after Telangana state is created.

"On the contrary, the real estate will see a boom with the prices sky-rocketing," KCR stated.

Speaking at a function to welcome the members of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) in the TRS fold, KCR said that Hyderabad will be recognized as a 'happening' city on the international map.

He said that the influence of leaders from the Seemandhra regions will come to an end after the formation of Telangana. As a result, investors will not hesitate to come to the city, and the newly carved state will see dramatic development.

Recalling that the erstwhile Nizam's dominion was the richest in the world, the TRS chief said that over the years, the Seemandhra rulers had exploited the region and made money for themselves.

Claiming that the Telangana region was totally neglected after the formation of Andhra Pradesh on November 1st, 1956, KCR said that the sustained exploitation had resulted in Mahabubnagar district alone losing around 1 lakh crores in revenue.

The TRS chief also pointed out that former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had assured the Telangana people that they can take 'divorce' from Andhra Pradesh as and when they choose to. He said that the time has come to end the 'unholy matrimony.'

Courtesy: INN
filed in:  KCR, Hyderabad Real Estate, Telangana
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Ramakrishna on 21st Jan 2013, 10:57am | Permalink
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ram.one on 21st Mar 2011, 11:56pm | Permalink
Rangarajan,
Everybody who lives in Telangana are Telanganites. But its a different thing whether they are thinking about or emplathising with fellow Telanganites condition or their problems is different thing.

You are Indian, Tamilian, Telanganite, Hyderabadi. You have multiple identities. But you choose to not to think yourself as Telanganite. Hyderabad is always part of Telangana. Its in in the middle of Telangana. Hyderabad is capital of Telangana continuously for 500years. Hyderabad became world class city with modern facilities during 19th century and early 20 th century. By 1956, Hyderabad had better urban facilities compared any other city in India, including Delhi. Ambedkar so impressed with its failities he asked to make Hyderabad as 2nd capital of India. In last 50 years all the budget allocations to Hyderabad were shown by AP govt as Telangana allocations. Now, how anybody can seperate Hyderabad from Telangana?
Ram on 21st Mar 2011, 11:36pm | Permalink
Rangarajan,
Telangana people are asking for self rule. It means their government won't discrimnate against them. In current setup Secreatariate and political establishment is dominated by Seema-Andhra people. Once Telangana formed, there won't be any difference between Seema-Andhra migrants in Hyderabad and you. For eg: even if you have special relationship with Tamil people or Tamil land, even if you are in high position in secretariate you can not divert AP funds to Tamil nadu. But Seema-Andhra employees can do it and they are doing it. Once Telangana forms every thing changes. Telangana budget will be spent on Telangana projects. And the discrimination against Telanganites(Telangana govt employees in promotions, Telangana applicants to govt jobs, Telangana contractors in getting contracts, Telangana businessmen in getting govt subsidies/loans etc) ends. Thats the difference.
K.R.RANGARAJAN on 21st Mar 2011, 2:52pm | Permalink
My mother tongue is tamil born in the year 1949 in secunderabad and living here in hyderabad ever since that year.In fact even my mother was born in secunderabad in the year 1925.Both my paternal and maternal grand parents setlled down in hyderabad during the first world war time that is 1917.As my mother tongue is not telugu and live only in hyderabad i am more an HYDERABADI and less a telanganite.it is the same with many such people of other mother tongue living in Hyderabad including the telugu speaking seemandhras.If that is the case why only accuse the people of seemandhra for the so called backwardness of telengana.As far as my opinion goes only the telugu speaking of this region are true telaganites and all other prople whether setlled before 1948 or after are settlers including the conquerers like the Quli Qutub shahs and the Nizams who grabed the land and ruled these area since the sixteenth century.
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