K Chandrasekhar Rao pledges a dedicated IT Park for Muslim youths in Hyderabad contingent on BRS securing victory.

In an effort to attract minority voters, BRS president and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced on Thursday that, if re-elected, the government would establish a dedicated Information Technology park near Hyderabad for minority youths. Speaking at a rally in Maheshwaram, the constituency where Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy is contesting in the November 30 polls, KCR emphasized his government’s inclusive approach, considering Muslims and Hindus as two eyes and ensuring the well-being of all citizens.

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Highlighting current initiatives, KCR mentioned the provision of pensions to Muslims, the establishment of residential schools where Muslim students are enrolled, and a commitment to fostering inclusive development. Specifically addressing the needs of Muslim youths, he outlined plans for a special IT park near Pahadi Shareef in Hyderabad.

KCR asserted that Telangana is a peaceful state without major law and order issues, attributing Rs 12,000 crore spent on minority development over the past 10 years by the BRS government, in contrast to the Rs 2,000 crore spent during the Congress’s 10-year regime. He pledged to maintain Telangana as a secular state as long as he is in office.

Reflecting on the achievements since Telangana’s statehood, KCR credited his government for accomplishments such as 24-hour free power, tap water at every doorstep, and improved agricultural conditions. Responding to Congress’s criticisms, he defended initiatives like ‘Rythu Bandhu’ and promised its continuation with a gradual increase to Rs 16,000 from the existing Rs 10,000 per annum if BRS is re-elected. He cautioned against the Congress’s proposed three-hour power supply and potential repercussions on the Dharani portal, emphasizing the importance of voters’ decisions in shaping the state’s future for the next five years.

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