TS celebrates formation day on grand scale

State formation day fourth anniversary celebrations have been conducted across Telangana districts on a grand scale. While Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has addressed the gathering at Parade Grounds in Secunderabad. The ministers concerned attended the formation day celebrations in districts. At Warangal, Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari greeted the people to mark the occasion.

Srihari said that the new state is on the path of achieving golden Telangana in four years. KCR has launched several schemes, programs and projects for achieving this big target and to provide all services and facilities to the people, he said. Entire nation and the world are looking at Telangana for its speedy growth and accelerated development in many spheres. Telangana has got a name of achieving the best economic growth and development he said.

At Siricilla Rajanna district, IT and Municipal Minister KT Rama Rao said that the youngest state is number one in several sectors like ease of doing business, economic growth, GSDP, IT, health, education and others. Despite hurdles the state has achieved several goals surpassing odds he remarked.

At Siddipet, Irrigation Minister T Harish Rao maintained that the Telangana is on the growth path of achieving golden state. For the purpose, KCR is making all efforts for inclusive growth and over all development, he said.

Health Minister Dr C Lakshma Reddy in Mahabubnagar district said that the new state has achieved several goals and on the path of golden Telangana. He said that KCR is introducing unique schemes for the farmers, people, students, poor and all sections. Health sector, irrigation, education, industry are getting top priority while Rythu Bandhu is helping the farmers with Rs 8000 per acre a year.
At Nirmal, Housing and Endowment Minister Indrakaran Reddy said that CM has launched schemes, programs for the welfare of the poor, destitutes and now farmers. Rythu Bandu scheme is giving positive results and the farmers will get Rs 5 lakh insurance in August, he said. Double bedroom scheme, 24 hour power to farm sector, better facilities in schools and hospitals are helping the poor like never before in the leadership of KCR, he said. (NSS)