Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Wednesday lauded the development that has taken place in Telangana in the past nine and a half years. He said that the state has achieved significant development compared to other states that were formed about 60 and 70 years ago.
KCR said that Telangana is now the number one state in the country in terms of providing clean water to every household. He said that this is a testament to the state government’s commitment to providing basic amenities to its citizens.
The Chief Minister also pointed out that Telangana has established 33 districts and is now in the process of establishing the 24th Collectorate. He said that this is a sign of the state’s growing administrative capacity.
KCR also congratulated the people of Medak district for building a new collectorate and SP office. He said that the new buildings are a symbol of the state’s progress.
The Chief Minister also took a swipe at the previous rulers of the state, who he said were incompetent and responsible for its backwardness. He said that the state has made rapid progress under his leadership.KCR also said that the support pensions, which were Rs.200 per month in the past, have now been increased to Rs.4,000 per month. He said that this is a reflection of the state government’s commitment to the welfare of its people. (INN)