KCR pledges all support to Swarna Bharath Trust

KCR pledges all support to Swarna Bharath Trust

Extending all support to Swarna Bharath Trust, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today said his government will extend all support to it for involving in social service.

The Chief Minister was launching Telangana chapter of the Trust at Srirama Nagar in Muchchintal near Shamshabad here in the presence of Union Ministers M Venkaiah Naidu, Bandaru Dattatraya, Manohar Parrikar and others. Venkaiah Naidu’s daughter Deepa is running the trust.

Following Mahatma Gandhi’s ideology, the Trust was providing yeomen services to the society by creating awareness among youth, providing them training, skills and encouraging them get jobs. Besides trying to make the rural youth as best citizens, the Trust was organising various programs for their employment which will prove handy. Many great personalities served the society without any inhibitions and avoiding selfishness and Swarna Bharath Trust has chosen the same path of serving the society. He appreciated the Trust for its aim to see that those migrated to towns and cities to eke out livelihood will get back to their villages.

KCR observed that service to the society is service to the nation and god and it is time for social service for the cause of the poor. He exuded confidence that the Trust will go ahead successfully with its programs, including that of awareness, training and skills and job opportunities.  He appealed to local government of sarpanch and officials to see that the schemes and programs from the government reach the targeted people. The nation will see rapid growth when the villages are flourished with facilities, employment opportunities and support to youth to their business, he said.

The Chief Minister said Deepa can follow the footsteps of her father Venkaiah Naidu and become a politician. However, she is more interested in social service rather than politics, he said, adding that he will invite her to his home for dining to get the details of the Trust. (NS