TRS plenary was held very grandly at LB stadium and Telangana Chief Minister KCR is elected as the chief of the party again. The whole surroundings were filled with the flags and hoardings of the party. On this stage, KCR explained about the growth that TRS government brought in the state from the past 10 months.
“TRS is the most daring party ever and it should also turn as a very good cadre based party very soon” the Telangana CM said. He further said that the Congress party leaders are making all the baseless comments. For the sake of sports city and Pharma city, when I am surveying the lands, the Congress leaders are saying that I'm unable to drop down from the Helicopter and when I'm walking in the streets, they are questioning me that whether am I a counselor. They are frightened of their own lands might go away in this project, that is the main reason for the party to oppose every activity of the TRS party now, he said.
TRS in 10 months
Speaking to the welfare activities done, KCR said that that the TRS government had already distributed 2405 acres of land to the poor people in the state and assured that this will continue regularly in the future. He said Yashoda hospital Managing Director, Surendar is ready to give his 12 acres of land to the government. He invited other NRIs and business men to sell their lands to the government and we are ready to give market rates for them.
KCR further said that TRS government gave fitment to the government employees which is an additional Rs.6500 crores extra cost to the government. It separately spent Rs.1033 crores for Muslims and Rs.10 crores for journalists.
Electricity which has become a very big problem in the beginning of the formation of the state, now completely solved as the government spent Rs.91500 crores on it. Government is also ready to lay a foundation stone for a ultra mega plant whose capacity is 6600 mega watts.
Not only these, government assured several other benefits and KCR said that he is going is face any situations in life for the welfare of the state.