We have now registered 19.5 percent revenue growth rate, states Chandrasekhar Rao.
Hyderabad: Stirring up the rural economy and planning local resources is best on the agenda of Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao. And this is bound to return in the forthcoming Budget to be present in the first or second week of March.
The CM, who briefly interrelated with journalists at his camp workplace on the occasion of his birthday where thousands greeted him a complete day, reeled out his future thoughts and declared improvement of the rural economy is an essential for the overall development of the state.
“Telangana had been unnoticed by Andhra rulers in all spheres of the lifecycle. They never considered our temples as temples, never considered the long stretch of Godavari and Krishna rivers and rivers; never celebrated the Godavari or Krishna pushkaralu as we are doing it. In fact, one CM predicted with a stick in hand that Telangana will plunge into the dark if separated. We proved such analysts wrong,” he asserted.
Mr. Rao revealed that reviving sheep-rearing industry, fisheries and other (caste professions) “kula vruthulu” which can be complete and those which have vanished due to ignored by the government in undivided AP.
“We have present day registered 19.5 per cent revenue development rate. The economy is improving. There was some affect due to demonetization and we are come out of it. We have checked civil corruption to a large extent and we will continue to do so,” he clarified.
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Stating that Mission Bhagirathi will confirm safe drinking water to entirely in the days to come, he said power lack in the state was now a thing of the past.
Mr. Rao publicized that he had sent animal husbandry department officers to scout for sheep in numerous parts of the country for purchase so that they could be given for rearing under a system.
“We plan to have 88 lakh sheep over a period of time which will numerous and ultimately aim Rs 25,000 crore industries. Yadava community and others could utilize the same,” he supposed.
Mr. Rao further, “Hyderabad wants 600 sheep per day. We consume the highest quantity of meat. We need to tap such necessity and improve the economy.”
The CM also makes known that government was coming out with a new pattern for Nayee Brahmins soon.
“You will see spic and span, hygienic barber shops in villages and towns. You will not see barbers on roads or under the tree alike you see right in Hyderabad even today,” he revealed.