Chief Minister Anumula Revanth Reddy made it clear that the Congress government is not cancelling the Airport route Metro and Pharma City projects but only streamlining them in public interest.
CM Revanth Reddy made it clear that any decision taken by the previous government will not be cancelled. However, the government will not take decisions that burden the government economically. The Chief Minister said that they are going to set up a Global City with 1.5 crore people.
The Chief Minister said that the government will allocate 2.5 acres for the foreign prisoners in Cherlapally jail.
The CM said that the government will reduce the route length of the Metro line that goes to RGI Airport. He said that the distance from BHEL to RGIA is 32 km and that they are going to construct a Metro line from MGBS to RGIA via Old City.
The CM said that they are going to link the Metro line that goes to RGIA at Chandrayangutta while linking the Nagole Metro line to the LB Nagar Metro line.
The Chief Minister said that the government will expand the metro in 6-sectors. Nagole to Shamshabad via LB Nagar, Falaknuma, Owaisi Hospital; Miyapur to BHEL; Airport to Kachiguda and three others.
During a chit-chat with journos at his chamber in the Secretariat on Monday, the CM said that the Congress government will extend the Metro line from Miyapur to Ramachandrapuram and the MindSpace Metro line up to the Financial District.
The expenditure on the Congress government’s planned new metro corridors would be less compared to the BRS government’s proposed plans, he said.
“The government will set up special Pharma clusters between the Outer Ring Road (ORR) and the Regional Ring Road (RRR) ensuring zero pollution. We will construct houses for employees who work in the special pharma clusters and will provide all facilities to them so that they will not need to come to Hyderabad,” the CM said.
The Chief Minister said the Congress government will set up 10 pharma villages from 1000 acres to 3000 acres. The government identified 10 villages in this regard, the CM said.
The CM said that the Congress government will set up special universities to enhance the skills of youth.
Training as per global standards will be given to youth in firms run by leading industrial groups, he said. The CM said that the government has already decentralised the power sector by handing over responsibilities to in-charge ministers in erstwhile districts.
He said that nursing colleges would be established wherever there are 100-bed hospitals.
The government will provide orientation training to youth who would like to go abroad. The manpower required by foreign countries will be provided through the state government resulting in more employment opportunities, he said. Telangana has a large number of youth and training will be provided to them in fields they are interested in, the CM said. He said that he had appointed commissioners to head the three police commissioners and would appoint the staff they needed.
“I will look after appointing capable hands to head departments. The heads will have to appoint the officers needed in their organisations to ensure that the system works properly,” he said.
“The government has been taking all steps to see that social justice is done while appointing officers. We are in the process of streamlining it by bringing in reforms. We will solve the problems of journalists after appointing the Press Academy Chairman. All the problems of journalists will be solved within 100 days from today.” Revanth said.