TRS govt delivers promises without any discrimination: KTR

The Telangana minister for municipal administration and urban development, K.T Rama Rao, said the TRS-led state government delivers promises without any discrimination which has helped Hyderabad become an investment magnet.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  22 Nov 2020 1:22 PM GMT
TRS govt delivers promises without any discrimination: KTR

Hyderabad: The Telangana minister for municipal administration and urban development, K.T Rama Rao, said the TRS-led state government delivers promises without any discrimination which has helped Hyderabad become an investment magnet.

He was speaking at an event, Brand Hyderabad Future Ready, at HICC in Hyderabad on 22 November where he talked about Hyderabad's global image, inclusive growth, IT ecosystem, and future plans for the city. "All that matters is whether we make a difference in society or not. Unless you do things with passion, you will not be able to deliver. That's what I believe in," the TRS working president said.

Talking about the city's development, he said that Rome was not built in a day. "See the intent and the sincerity of the government. We have started a journey in that direction. We have taken up a lot of development activities and we have a lot more to do," he added.

Claiming that Telangana is India's most successful start-up state, he said, "We fought hard for the state and have delivered on many counts." The top five most valued companies - Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft - have made Hyderabad their second home, he said, adding, "The government has been an enabler and facilitator. Also, credit goes to the young talent pool available here."

The minister further said, "Besides IT and life sciences in which Telangana will continue to be a leader, we are excited and look forward to developing electronics, e-vehicles, textiles, and logistics sector in the next decade."

Talking about various development works in Hyderabad, KTR said with SRDP, link roads, and comprehensive road management programme, the city's road infrastructure has been improving. "Our sewerage system couldn't handle the cloud burst, which is the highest since 1916. With SNDP, I promise that such a situation won't occur in Hyderabad again," he said.

KTR also said that elections will come and go but the culture we are promoting is important. Trying to disturb the communal harmony for an election is a cardinal sin, he said, adding, to stall the growth trajectory of the city is idiocy. "Hyderabad continues to attract people from across the world. Blessed with some natural advantages to it, the city just needs a progressive government as an enabler," he added.


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