KCR declares IT Park in Pahadi Shareef and welfare initiatives for minorities.

During a recent debate in the Assembly, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, commonly known as KCR, delivered significant announcements aimed at uplifting the youth of the old city and improving the welfare of minority communities in Hyderabad.

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One of the key revelations made by the Chief Minister was his plan to establish a 50-acre IT park in Pahadi Shareef. This strategic move is expected to create ample employment opportunities for the young workforce residing in the old city area of Hyderabad. By focusing on economic growth within the region, KCR aims to provide a platform for enhancing the overall prospects of the youth.

In addition to this IT park initiative, KCR allocated 125 acres of land for graveyards belonging to various communities in Malkajgiri and Medchal. To oversee the process of land allotment, a committee composed of ministers Harish Rao, KTR, Mahmood Ali, and K Eshwar will be formed. The Chief Secretary and revenue department officials are expected to play a collaborative role in ensuring the successful execution of this initiative.

The Chief Minister, addressing the concerns of minority students, instructed office bearers to engage in a meeting with Finance Minister Harish Rao within the next two days. The primary goal of this meeting is to secure budget allocation for scholarships and other dedicated welfare schemes. KCR emphasized the importance of involving Muslim representatives in the decision-making process to ensure that the needs and aspirations of the community are adequately addressed.

Furthermore, KCR expressed his commitment to ensuring fair representation of Muslims in various government institutions, such as the Public Service Commission and the Information Commission. A thorough discussion with ministers will be conducted to finalize appointments to these positions, followed by the issuance of the necessary orders.

With a keen focus on safeguarding waqf properties, the Chief Minister assured measures to protect these properties from encroachment or misuse. In terms of financial assistance, KCR announced a subsidy of Rs 1 lakh, mirroring the BC Bandhu Scheme, which will be extended to a maximum number of Muslims. Notably, this subsidy will be provided without any bank-related conditions, thereby ensuring 100 percent benefit for the recipients.

Seizing the opportunity, KCR criticized the Congress party for using Muslims solely as a vote bank for decades. He highlighted that the Congress had not genuinely prioritized the holistic development of the Muslim community. Drawing a financial comparison, he pointed out that the previous BRS government had invested significantly more—Rs 12,094 crore over ten years—compared to the Congress’s expenditure of Rs 925 crore over the same period before the formation of Telangana.

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