The Telangana IT minister Mr K T Rama Rao has asked people to take light of political tourists who come to read scripts.
The minister was in Warangal to lay the foundation of the Kitex textile company at the mega textile Park here. Addressing the gathering he said due to the corona pandemic the development of the park was delayed. But in the next 18 months about 20 companies will come.
By next year there will be a buzz of activity employing about 30,000 directly and 20,000 indirectly and many more later.
Mr KTR lauded those who gave 1300 acres of land and promised them 100 square yards each as they requested very soon.
He told people of Parkal that there is a bright future to the area and wished that all the former districts of Warangal should have industrial parks.
Mr KTR said it was vision and commitment of Chief Minister Mr KCR that helped bring this biggest textile park in the country which even Mr Modi could not think of or do.
Every work done by Mr KCR is there to see by people, be it mission Bhagiratha, mission Kakatiya and many more. So, people should take light of political tourists who frequent Telangana. The local leaders of opposition parties should realise that had Mr KCR not worked for separate Telangana, would they have got the positions they are enjoying now.
The TRS working president asked people of Parkal to strengthen the hands of their MLA Challa Dharma Reddy.
Panchayat Raj minister Mr Errabelli Dayakar Rao and others were present.
By Gollapudi Srinivasa Rao