Despite hurdles, Telangana marches ahead on path of progress: KCR to Centre

He said it is because of the excellent law and order in the state. “Drinking water, irrigation, 24-hour power supply, and the highest paddy yield are signs of our development,” the CM said.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  29 Jan 2022 3:09 AM GMT
Despite hurdles, Telangana marches ahead on path of progress: KCR to Centre

Hyderabad: Taking potshots at Centre, Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao said despite hurdles, the state is marching ahead on the path of progress and development.

"The Central government created a lot of troubles when the state was formed. We have overcome all those obstacles and progressing towards development. Investments are coming in every sector. Investments are coming for startups. People from Orissa, Bengal, Rajasthan, and Gujarat are coming and staying in Hyderabad," he said.

He said it is because of the excellent law and order in the state. "Drinking water, irrigation, 24-hour power supply, and the highest paddy yield are signs of our development," the CM said.

Praising police for maintaining law and order, he said technology and CCTV cameras are playing a very key role in crime detection. "Culprits are caught immediately. Telangana police are doing an excellent job in curbing left-wing extremism. SIB, Gray Hounds, and Counter-Intelligence wings have been formed. We will inaugurate the first of its kind Police Command Control in March. The government will not hesitate to spend any amount of funds for the people's welfare and maintaining law and order," he said. The CM said the government is planning to implement Telangana Organized Crime Act. He also instructed the DGP to make plans to invoke the law.

"We are working on several fronts. We have a responsibility not only as employees but also as human beings. When a situation arises where our culture, our foundations are at the risk, we have to act like human beings. If we act with responsibility then there is social development. Telangana has become a role model. I congratulate all the government officials involved in this progress. I congratulate the CS, DGP, and others from all the departments," he said.

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