Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and his counterpart in Andhra Pradesh, Y S Jaganmohan Reddy, today extended their greetings to the workers of their respective states on the occasion of May Day.
In separate statements, the two CMs conveyed their wishes to the working class and vowed to continue to work towards their welfare.
Both Jagan and KCR highlighted the importance of the role of the working class in the development of the two states, and attributed the "continuous growth" of the regions to the "persistent efforts of the workers and labourers".
Further, KCR stated, "The workers and farmers of the nation and of our state are important bringers of development. Growth comes through the hard work put in by the workers of India. Historically, human progress was the result of the toil of the working class."
Pointing out the various labour-friendly policies being implemented in the state, he also assured the workers of the state that the Telangana government had been and would continue to work for the welfare and development of workers.
Jagan too lauded the working class for its contributions, and said that the hard work of workers had no substitute.
The AP CM also added that his government would continue to support the workers of the state with welfare schemes and enabling policies.
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