Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is fond of Warangal and spending huge funds for its development, according to Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari.
He was addressing a program at Kakatiya College Grounds in Hanmakonda after participating in development programs worth Rs 100 cr along with IT Minister KTR. Srihari said that KCR is a leader with great heart and is determined to develop the city as an educational hub. A total of Rs 600 cr plan is to be implemented for developingWarangal he said. The chief minister is making continuous efforts for all round development of the state on achieving Telangana he said.
The government is all set to supply uninterrupted power from next January 1 he said adding that the giving safe waters to villages and set up 522 Gurukul schools. Srihari also claimed that Telangana is number one in ease of doing business, attracting investments and setting up industries through hassle free industrial policy. Warangalwill get a cricket stadium with international standards he said. (NSS)