Hyderabad: As part of its proposed NRI Policy, Telangana government will launch an exclusive portal for non-resident Indians and also open a ‘Centre for Non Resident Telanganites’ Affairs’ in all districts, state cabinet Minister K T Rama Rao said today.
Rao, state minister for IT, Industries and NRI affairs, today held meeting with all the stakeholders seeking suggestions to incorporate in the proposed ‘NRI Policy’ of the state.
“We will be launching an exclusive portal for NRIs with information and online services. We are already conducting skill development initiatives for people who want to migrate in search of livelihood,” he told reporters here.
“We will be building a database of migrants from Telangana to various countries. This will help in speedy resolution of issues, if any and district level offices would be opened for CENTA – Centre for Non Resident Telanganites’ Affairs,” he added.
The minister said a special officer would be appointed to assist NRIs wishing to invest in Telangana and a Corpus Fund intended for the welfare of NRIs would also be established.
All the suggestions will be used to formulate the policy and placed before the cabinet for approval, said Rao, son of Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao.