Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has said that Telangana state was in number one position in revenue growth. The state was 21 percent ahead of Maharashtra and Gujarat in revenue growth. The budget was more than that of the 23 districts Andhra Pradesh state, he said.
Yadavs, Kurmas and Fisheries communities people have met the Chief Minister K Chandrsekhar Rao under the leadership of Animal Husbandry Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav at Pragathi Bhavan here on Tuesday. They thanked the Chief Minister on the occasion for allocating huge amounts in the budget introduced for the year 2017-18, for their caste based professions.
On the other hand, the Corporators, TRS leaders under the GHMC limits have met the Chief Minister and thanked the latter for allocating Rs.1000 crore for development of the GHMC.
Addressing the gathering, the Chief Minister said that Telangana people achieved separate state only to develop in their own state. There was a chance that some professions would disappear as part of progress of society. Not a single profession would sustain continuously and they will be changed following the time and quantity. There was a need to protect such professions. The TRS government was constructing several projects as the existing projects were not enough. The sheep and fish were imported from other states every day. The state should be in a position to export sheep and fish to other states. There was a need to set up fish culture. The Gangaputra population was not crossing 3.5 lakh. There were no Mudiraj community in Khammam and Adilabad district and other community people indulge in fishing. In Mahabubnagar district, 90 percent of Mudiraj community people indulge in fishing. The state government was acme to develop all sections. The name has to come to the state that the rich Yadavs and Kurumas were in Telangana state only. The state has to develop in a manner that it has to export mutton to Gulf countries, he stressed. He said that the government was giving 88 lakh sheep to the Yadavs and Kurumas and there should be 4 crore sheep within two years.
He opined that the Yadavs and Mudiraj communities have the capacity of generating assets. He said that the state government allocated Rs.1200 crore for the development of handloom sector.
The Bangaru Telangana was possible only when all sections of the people developed in the state, the Chief Minister opined. The government will discuss on constructing Dhobi Ghats in cities, towns and villages for the sake of Rajakas. He assured that the state government will extend help to the Nayi Brahmins living depending upon temples. The Chief Minister said that the government was aimed to give barber saloons for 30,000 persons. The barber saloons would be set up by giving Rs.1 lakh to each family. The government would do justice to the Nayi Brahmins depending upon temples. The government will bring a G.O. to give permanent jobs to the Nayi Brahmins.
Ministers KT Ramarao, Etela Rajender MLA Srinivas Goud, MLC Palla Rajeshwar Reddy and Hyderabad Mayor Bonthu Rammohan were present. (NSS)