BRS Promises Special IT Park for Muslim Youths in Hyderabad if Voted to Power

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KCR Pledges to Establish an IT Park for Muslim Youths in Hyderabad if BRS Retains Power

HYDERABAD, INDIA – In a bid to woo minority voters, BRS president and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has announced that his government will set up a special Information Technology park for minority youths near Hyderabad if they are voted to power again in the upcoming elections.

Addressing a rally at Maheshwaram, Rao said that his government treats Muslims and Hindus as two eyes and takes everyone along. He pointed out that his government has taken several steps to uplift the minority community, including providing pensions, opening residential schools, and spending Rs 12,000 crore towards minority development during the past 10 years.

He also asserted that Telangana is a peaceful state with no law and order issues and that his government has implemented several schemes for the welfare of farmers, including providing 24 hours of free power and the Rythu Bandhu investment support scheme.

“If the BRS is voted to power again, not only will the Rythu Bandhu scheme be continued, but the amount under it would be increased to Rs 16,000 gradually from the existing Rs 10,000 per annum,” Rao said.

He also criticized the Congress party, accusing them of saying that they would give power only for three hours and that the Dharani (an integrated land administration portal) would be dumped in the Bay of Bengal. “The Congress’s move may result in the resumption of the middlemen regime,” he said.

Rao urged the people to think and make a decision as to whom they should vote, saying that the vote would change the future of the state for the next five years.

Key Points:

  • BRS president and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has promised to set up a special Information Technology park for minority youths near Hyderabad if his party is voted to power again.
  • Rao said that his government treats Muslims and Hindus as two eyes and takes everyone along.
  • He pointed out that his government has taken several steps to uplift the minority community, including providing pensions, opening residential schools, and spending Rs 12,000 crore towards minority development during the past 10 years.
  • He also asserted that Telangana is a peaceful state with no law and order issues and that his government has implemented several schemes for the welfare of farmers, including providing 24 hours of free power and the Rythu Bandhu investment support scheme.
  • He criticized the Congress party, accusing them of saying that they would give power only for three hours and that the Dharani (an integrated land administration portal) would be dumped in the Bay of Bengal. “The Congress’s move may result in the resumption of the middlemen regime,” he said.
  • Rao urged the people to think and make a decision as to whom they should vote, saying that the vote would change the future of the state for the next five years.

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