TRS now dreams of a Golden Telangana: KCR

Published on April 27, 2015 22:31:31 PM
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Expressing deep sympathy for the victims of the Nepal earthquake, Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao said that the state government will provide the necessary assistance to the people of Nepal. He also said that the government will take the required steps to bring back the Telangana people stuck in Nepal and stated that some of them have been already brought back.

The chief minister was speaking on Monday at the Telangana Rashtra Samithi's Foundation Day meeting at the Gymkhana ground in Secunderabad, which was fully decorated with pink flags and banners.

KCR wished the people on the occasion of the 14th anniversary of the party and said that the party which was formed 14 years back with a few members had to face many insults, jokes of people stating that what difference would it make. However, TRS continued to fight under circumstances to achieve a separate Telangana and carried forward the movement to achieve success in the end, he stated.

He said that he bends his head in honour of the martyrs of the Telangana movement, who made establishment of the new state possible.

He said that in those days the party dreamt of a separate Telangana state, now it's dream is of a Bangaru Telangana (Golden Telangana), which will be realised when happiness is seen in the eyes of Telangana people and the face of every child shines like gold.

He stated that the main problem of Telangana is drinking water, and if each and every home here does not get drinking water, then they wont ask for votes.

The chief minister also promised that the electricity supply problem faced by the farmers will end by March next year and 24 hours of power supply would be made available to them. He also said that the government is planning to construct two BHK houses for the poor.

He also said that when division of government jobs is completed in between both the states, they would issue a job notification and the contract employees would be made permanent.

He said that 100 per cent farmers' credit has been cleared by the Telangana government.

The chief minister also stated that Hyderabad would converted into a role model city on the lines of Dallas and Singapore.


KCR criticised Andhra Pradesh chief minister Chandrababu Naidu's comments in Mahbubnagar that he won't let KCR sleep.