Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao’s principal objective is to make India great, said Minister for prohibition and Excise V Srinivas Goud on Saturday. The launch of Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) will pave the way for the development of all States like Telangana, he observed.
He welcomed leaders of Backward Classes into the BRS at a programme held at the party office at New Town here. Jangam Hakkula Porta Samithi president Sirigiri Srinu joined the BRS. Along with him, as many as 300 activists from different parties migrated to the BRS under the leadership of MD Basha.
Speaking on the occasion, Srinivas Goud pointed out that Telangana was the only State which was providing input subsidy under the Rythu Bandhu programme, Rythu Bheema and 24-hour free power supply to farmers. The government has been making available clean drinking water for people under Mission Bhagiratha. The government was also giving pensions ranging between Rs 2,016 and Rs 3,016 to the poor. The BRS government was committed to the welfare of nomadic tribes. He promised to ensure that the Dalit Bandhu scheme is implemented for the welfare of the weaker sections.
He expressed happiness over the people belonging to the weaker section attending the meeting in large numbers. The government had not only allotted land but also funds for the Jangam community building in Hyderabad.
He expressed that Mahabubnagar would make further progress with the Amara Raja group deciding to build state-of-the-art research and manufacturing facilities for a lithium-ion battery-making unit. The unit will come at Divitipalle in the district with an investment of Rs 10 crore. It would provide employment to thousands of people, directly and indirectly, he said.