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Hyderabad, Aug 3 (INN): BJP senior leader and Secunderabad MP Bandaru Dattatreyya opined that it was highly impossible to give 12 per cent reservation for Muslims in Telangana.

Speaking to media persons here on Sunday, Dattatreyya alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was trying to appease the Muslim community by promising 12% reservation. He said that the TRS Government should learn lessons from previous Congress regime which failed to implement 5% Muslim reservation. He said that the government was forced to reduce the quota to 4% and its continuation is subjected to the final verdict of the Supreme Court. Therefore, KCR should restrain from reiterating the promise of 12% reservation for Muslims in the State.

Dattatreyya made it clear that the BJP was against giving reservation on the basis of religion. However, it would support reservation on the basis of social and economic backwardness. He said that the Congress party lost power due to its policy of appeasement and the TRS too would meet the same fate if tries to replicate Congress policies.

The BJP leader demanded that the TRS Government unveils its comprehensive policy on providing free education from KG to PG. He also sought clarity on the implementation of RTE in Telangana and also asked KCR to clarify how he plans to implement the 1956 cut-off year for fee-reimbursement.

He also demanded that the State Government send an all-party delegation to the national capital to seek Central help on various issues. He said he has been making efforts to get additional 1000 MW of unallocated power for Telangana State.

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KCR cheating 10 lakh beedi workers, alleges Shabbir Ali Tue, 22 Jul 2014 12:20:23 +0000

Hyderabad, July 22 : Deputy CLP leader in Telangana Legislative Council Mohammed Ali Shabbir on Tuesday alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was cheating nearly 10 lakh beedi workers by going back on his promise of giving them pensions.

Speaking to media persons at Gandhi Bhavan here, Shabbir Ali said that KCR has promised pension for beedi workers during the election campaign. The same promise was included in the TRS manifesto. He said Nizamabad has the highest number of 3.5 lakh beedi workers, followed by Warangal, Karimnagar and Adilabad. However, he said that there is no clarity on the implementation of this promise although he raised the issue in Telangana council twice.

Shabbir Ali said that the TRS Government needs to clarify whether the pension by the State Government will be separate from the existing pension of Rs 1,000 being given by the Centre. He also ridiculed the promises of KCR of turning Telangana State into China. INN

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KTR unveils e-dreams for Telangana Wed, 25 Jun 2014 11:04:56 +0000

Hyderabad, June 25 : IT Minister K Tarakarama Rao on Wednesday announced that Telangana Government would soon launch some innovative projects linking education, health and Panchayat with the Information Technology.

Speaking to media persons in his chambers in the State Secretariat here, KTR said that the technologies which are required for the next 20 years would be introduced in Telangana in the coming five years. Experts’ advise has been sought to introduce e-Education, e-Health and e-Panchayats. He said all Panchayats in the Telangana would be directed connected with the State Secretariat using IT. Similarly, all Primary Health Centres and other health and medical establishments would be connected with the Directorate of Health in Hyderabad.

KTR said that the government would have a detailed discussion with the experts in a meeting to be held on June 27. He informed that heads of nearly 150 IT giants are likely to participate in the proposed meeting. He reiterated that Hyderabad city would be a 100 per cent IT hub. He said efforts were on attract national and global companies for investment in Telangana State.

The minister said that the implementation of Information Technology in different sectors would improve the efficiency of the government. He said fake ration cards, pension beneficiaries and other loopholes could be weeded out through the proper use of IT.

KTR said that the effective use of Information Technology would create a new image of Hyderabad across the globe.    INN

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KCR promises infrastructure in schools on war footing Tue, 24 Jun 2014 10:48:36 +0000

Hyderabad, June 24 : Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has assured that the State Government would provide infrastructure and basic amenities in schools, especially those in rural areas, on war footing basis.

KCR gave this assurance to a delegation of Progressive Recognised Teachers Union comprising MLCs Janardhan Reddy and P Ravinder Reddy, former MLC Mohan Reddy and Union President P Venkat Reddy who called on him at the State Secretariat here on Tuesday. Speaking to media persons later, the Union leaders said that the Chief Minister has also assured to consider the demand for providing health cards to teachers across the Telangana State. They said that KCR has also agreed to review the 10th PRC report which recommended 27% salary hike for teachers.

The Chief Minister has also given an assurance that power supply to schools would be streamlined.    INN

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Nayani, Naik takes oath as MLCs Sun, 22 Jun 2014 11:32:28 +0000

Hyderabad, June 22 : Home Minister Nayani Narasimha Reddy and TRS Politburo member Ramulu Naik took the oath as the members of Telangana Legislative Council here on Sunday.

Both Nayani and Naik were appointed as the MLCs under Governor’s Quota. They were administered oath of office and secrecy by Council chairman Nethi Vidyasagar Rao in his chambers in Council premises on Sunday.

Speaking to media persons after taking oath, Nayani thanked Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for inducting him into the cabinet and allotting him the Home portfolio. He said that maintenance of law and order in Telangana would be the top priority and any kind of negligence by the police officials would not be tolerated. He informed that steps were being taken to ensure peaceful celebration of Ramzan and Bonalu festivals.

Ramulu Naik also thanked the Chief Minister and IT Minister K Tarakarama Rao for selecting him for the post of MLC. He said everyone should cooperate the TRS Government to ensure overall development of Telangana State.  INN

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Telangana Govt proposes delivery of medicines at people’s doorstep Sun, 15 Jun 2014 13:24:17 +0000

Nalgonda, June 15 : Telangana Deputy Chief Minister Dr T Rajaiah on Sunday informed that the TRS Government was working on a plan to ensure delivery of medicines to the people’s doorsteps.

Speaking to media persons after inspecting the NIMS Hospital building in Rangapuram village of Bibinagar mandal here, Dr Rajaiah said that the government would ensure that the people, especially those living in rural areas, get access to required medicines. He said that the government would soon come out with a comprehensive strategy to implement this proposal. He said a meeting would be conducted in Hyderabad on June 17 to discuss various issues related to medical and health department. Senior officials, experts and elected representatives will participate in the meeting.

Dr Rajaiah, who also holds the charge of Medical and Health Department, assured that the NIMS hospital building in Rangapuram village would be completed soon. He expressed regret that the hospital works remained incomplete even after the expenditure of Rs 72 crore in the last nine years.  INN

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TRS ignored T-martyrs’ families: Errabelli Thu, 12 Jun 2014 14:20:33 +0000

Hyderabad, June 12 : Telugu Desam Party floor leader Errabelli Dayakar Rao on Thursday accused the Telangana Rashtra Samithi of ignoring the families of martyrs who laid down their lives for the statehood cause.

Speaking on the Motion of Thanks on Governor ESL Narasimhan’s address in the State Assembly, Errabelli said that the TRS did not give the deserved treatment to those who participated in the Telangana movement. Citing instances, he said although TRS gave ticket to Shankaramma, mother of Srikanth Chary, but did not ensure her victory. Similarly, only one student was given party ticket.

Intervening on the issue, Legislative Affairs Minister T Harish Rao said that the TRS had at least expressed its commitment towards Telangana martyrs, whereas, the TDP has completely ignored the Telangana martyrs. He said that the TDP should not have fielded its candidate against Shankaramma to ensure her unanimous victory. He said that the TRS Government would give Rs 10 lakh monetary assistance to each family of martyrs and also provide one government job.

Defending his stand, Errabelli said that he was ready to quit his seat if the TRS would have nominated Shankaramma from Palakurthy Assembly segment. However, he said that the TRS Government could still make Shankarmma a Member of Legislative Council and induct her in the cabinet.

Continuing his speech on Governor’s address, Errabelli said that the people have voted for TRS hoping that each family would get a job and three acres of lands. However, he said that the government did not mention anything about these promises in the Governor’s address. Further, he said as against the promise of eight hour power supply, the farmers are being supplied power only for three hours. He asked the government to come out with a long-term strategy to overcome power crisis.  INN

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We will implement all poll promises: KCR Thu, 12 Jun 2014 13:38:08 +0000

Hyderabad, June 12 : Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao on Thursday reiterated that the TRS Government would implement all the promises that it made with the people of the new State.

Intervening during the debate on Motion of Thanks on Governor ESL Narasimhan’s address in the Telangana State Legislative Assembly here, the Chief Minister accused the opposition of creating confusion among the minds of the people. He said there was no question of going back on the poll promises. However, he said that his government was yet to settle down and streamline its functioning. He said that the criticising a 10-day old government was illogical. He said that only 71 posts of All India Services have been allocated to Telangana and several officials were yet to take the charge. He said that the process of division of Andhra Pradesh was still on and therefore, it would take some time for his government to start implementing the promises.

KCR pulled the opposition parties for attributing to his government some promises which he never made. He said he never promised to provide job for each family in the State. Similarly, he never promised waiving off DWCRA loans although he promised to increase its limit from five to 10 lakh.

The Chief Minister defended his stand on Polavaram issue. He said as a designated Chief Minister he had every right to call for a bandh and he would continue to do everything possible to protect the interest of Telangana. He accused Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu of making the Centre to secretly issue the ordinance on Polavaram project.

KCR also made it clear that the government was firm on waiving off farm loans up to Rs 1 lakh as promised in the party’s manifesto. He also dismissed the allegations leveled by TDP floor Errabelli Dayakar Rao of leaking the discussions held during bankers meeting of not extending the loan waiver scheme to gold and long-term loans.  INN

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