TRS will rule for 20 more years, KTR slams Oppn, claims 19.50 lakh jobs offered

Hyderabad, Sept.27 (Maxim News):TRS will rule for 20 more years,.. Informing the Assembly that Telangana state is doing its best for rapid development and creating jobs and employment, Municipal Minister KT Rmaa Rao today lashed out at the Opposition parties for trying to defame the TRS Government.

We will be in power for 20 more years as the people support us for welfare and development, though the power is not permanent for anyone, he said.

So far the TRS Government under able leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has created almost about 19.50 lakh jobs and employment in the industries, IT and government sectors.

TRS KCR Government is committed to create jobs

Having achieved statehood, the KCR Government is committed to create jobs, employment to the local youth and talent. Most of the companies coming in the state with funds are able to give jobs to local youth and our government offers confidence among them, he claimed. We offer state of the art facilities and hassle free permissions to ensure the companies come and invest to give jobs, he said.

Despite efforts for inclusive growth for the welfare of all sections, the Opposition parties are resorting to mud-slinging on the government, he fumed.

KT Rama Rao claimed that they were able to get noted Apparel Company Kitex from Kerala when announced to exit from that state. Several other states and some countries tried to get the same, although we succeeded in getting Kitex to rope in our state with big investments, KT Rama Rao informed the house.

He made an appeal that the opposition parties should avoid making deliberate attempts to tarnish the image of the KCR Government. He accused the opposition parties of feeling jealousy that more investments and development programs will bring good name to the TRS Government.

A lot of work is being put in to ensure that the industries and companies come to invest in the state, he said and attributed the investments to the effective coordination by the officials concerned.

Opposition parties

Lashing out at the Congress and the BJP for indulging in falsehood, KT Rama Rao charged that they are doing so only for mileage. With no other go the opposition parties are taking up one or other issue as we are busy with more development programs for inclusive growth.

KCR plans to revive age-old community professions and launched schemes he said and asked as to why the BJP led government at the Centre did not help Telangana and failed to keep promises on development.

No funds given by the Modi Government and the BJP should stop falsehood without helping with funds such as — ITIR, Tribal varsity, Rs 1000 crore for Pharma City, he said.

Instead of giving 2 cr jobs a year, the BJP government is selling out PSUs and the state leaders of the saffron party talk of padayatra for jobs, he ridiculed. RBI in the handbook of statistics said that Telangana is fourth largest state of Indian Economy, and 11th largest in geography, he claimed.

Really our state is one among the biggest financial contributors to India. We will expand IT and industries to other districts and push for jobs and welfare of the people and old city development. New mining policy will be announced soon by the Chief Minister.

Dalit Bandhu

The Minister said that Dalit Bandhu would emancipate with Rs 10 lakh each of the families of the SC community. KCR takes any plan and program on a grand note for its long lasting benefit to the society, the minister said. KT Rama Rao charged that the opposition parties are narrow minded and cannot support welfare and development. The SC community was used as a vote bank by the successive governments, he charged.

TRS will rule for 20 more years, KTR slams Oppn, claims 19.50 lakh jobs offered
TRS will rule for 20 more years, KTR slams Oppn, claims 19.50 lakh jobs offered

Our efforts will go on for Dalits, Tribals, Minorities and BCs with programs and funds, he added.

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