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Telangana in safe hands of CM KCR, says KTR

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Exuding confidence that the BRS would form a government for the third consecutive term, Industries Minister KT Rama Rao said Telangana was in the safe hands of Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, who was ensuring communal harmony in the State.

Condemning the Jaipur incident in which a RPF officer killed four persons, including Saifuddin, a native of Bazarghat in the city, the Minister said the State government would extend all support to the deceased person’s family.

From the party funds of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS), a fixed deposit of Rs.2 lakh would be made for each of the three children of the firing victim. This apart, a double bedroom house would also sanctioned to Anjum Shaheen, wife of the deceased.

Regarding a government job, the matter would be taken up with the Chief Minister, he said during Zero Hour in the Assembly here on Friday.

“Telangana society will not entertain communal differences and the Jaipur incident needs to be condemned by all sections. Together, we shall ensure communal harmony prevails in the State and set an example to the country,” Rama Rao said.

This was after AIMIM floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi raised the Jaipur incident in the House and how a Hyderabad resident was killed in the incident.

People were being radicalized by a few vested interests and communal differences were being created. In the last nine years, the Telangana government had ensured that there were no communal disturbances in the State, he said, adding in future too, any such attempts would be thwarted.

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