Urging people to be guarded against the divisive forces, CM KCR said the government will set one medical college in each 33 district headquarters and also give top priority to free education.
He laid the foundation for three new super specialty hospitals and at Alwal he addressed the public.
Mr KCR said the state government could attract about Rs 2.3 lakh crore investment and lakhs of people from across the globe are working in Hyderabad. A new pharma University and pharma city are coming up. There are a lot more plans.
However, if peace and law and order is disturbed nobody will come here. We will be at loss seriously.
The chief minister said the welfare programmes being implemented in Telangana are nowhere in the country. Even Mr Modi’s Gujarath state is not giving pension as we are giving.
Besides so many welfare schemes, we could achieve much economic development which the older states could not.
The TRS government introduced ambulances to take the unfortunately dead to their homes for free. One might wonder there are more such people-friendly programmes in the pipeline.
But what the chief minister urged people was not to fall prey to those trying to divide people in the name of caste and religion.
Early the Health Minister Mr T Harish Rao explained in detail the growth of the sector and plans for the future.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao