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Money earned from the sale of land will be used for public welfare: KCR

Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao said on Friday that the money earned from the state government land auctions would be spent for public welfare.

He said the government made 2,000 crore rupees from the auction of around 50 acres of land in Hyderabad on Thursday.

The state government has set a target of raising Rs 20,000 crore through the sale of government land in 2021-2022.

Addressing a meeting in Telangana Bhavan to officially welcome former leader of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) L. Ramana in Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), KCR, as the chief minister is commonly known, said Telangana has a bright future.

Recalling his prediction that Telangana would become the richest state if it had become a state, he pointed out that Telangana employees received the highest salaries in the country.

He claimed that the state is number one in per capita energy consumption. “The state’s farmers are happy. Since we created the Dharani portal, there are no more land disputes, ”he said.

The head of TRS said that Telangana of his dream is coming true. He said that people in each village benefit from various programs.

Stating that Telangana suffered injustice in the irrigation sector due to “criminal negligence” in unified Andhra Pradesh, KCR said that six months before Telangana was formed, they discussed how to rebuild Telangana.

Programs like Mission Kakatiya were prepared in the presence of Professor Jayashankar and R. Vidyasagar Rao. He said that this program is now being implemented successfully.

The chief minister also pledged to provide political representation to the weavers. Stating that the government has taken several measures for the development of weavers, he said that there is still much to be done for the community to live with dignity.

KCR said that a Rythu Bima-style insurance scheme will be put in place for weavers.

Pointing out that weavers from the Warangal district are working in Surat, Gujarat, he said officials have been sent to Surat to study their problems. If the textile industry is encouraged, it is ready to return to the state, he said.

KCR said a mega textile park was being set up on more than 1,000 acres in Warangal, and industry was coming forward to invest in it. A company has expressed its willingness to invest 3,000 crore rupees.

He said Ramana joined the TRS to help develop Telangana. He said he was happy that a disciplined person like Ramana had joined the TRS, and assured that Ramana and others who joined the TRS would be offered suitable positions.

Chief Minister Since the weavers have no political representation, the TRS will use the services of Ramana to provide benefits from various projects to the community.

Ramana resigned from the TDP last week and joined the TRS. He was the chairman of the Telangana unit of the TDP.

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