Moving Ahead On Bangaru Telangana Path: KCR
On the occasion of the 4th Telangana Formation Day, the CM asserted that the state was fully on course to achieve its target of being a "Bangaru Telangana".
Hyderabad | 2nd June 2018
On the occasion of the fourth Telangana Formation Day, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today asserted that the state was fully on course to achieve its target of being a "Bangaru Telangana", and that unwavering efforts were on for the its allround development and the inclusive growth of its citizens.
After paying rich floral tributes at the Martyrs' Memorial opposite the Assembly building complex along with MP K Keshava Rao, KCR drove straight to Parade Grounds and took the ceremonial salute from the police contingents after hoisting the tricolour.
Addressing the gathering, KCR said that the TRS government had made Telangana a surplus state, and that it was growing rapidly at 21%. His focus was welfare and development, he said, and spoke of the many schemes launched by his government.
"The entire nation is looking with pride at our state for achieving the number one status in ease of doing business, economic growth, solar power production, law and order and several other areas," he exulted.
The Chief Minister appeared particularly upbeat with the response from the people to the Rythu Bandhu scheme, and announced that the next welfare scheme, "Kanti Velugu", would be launched on August 15. This scheme would prove useful to people suffering from eye-related ailments, by helping them get operated upon and by getting glasses for free, he said.
Speaking of a pet area, irrigation, the CM claimed that irrigation projects were getting great importance under his government, and about 1 crore acres would be brought under irrigation soon.
Shaadi Mubarak, Kalyana Lakshmi, Aasara pensions, and pensions to the aged, widows, single women and the physically challenged were among the other schemes he spoke about.
He also asserted that the poor would get double bedroom housing facility free of cost in the city and districts as the government was set to achieve its target of building about 2.60 lakh houses including 1 lakh in Hyderabad alone.
The people should not believe some vested interests that were out to blame the government, he cautioned. "The government will move ahead firmly with its plans to develop the state," he asserted.
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