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Business community joins TRS, KTR happy

Hyderabad : Caretaker IT & Municipal Administration Minister KT Rama Rao today welcomed Hyderabad-based businessmen, including Marwadi Samaj, Agarwal Samaj and Jain Samaj, into the TRS fold at a program at Telangana Bhavan here on Sunday. He offered traditional pink shawls to the businessmen, who extended full support to the ruling party in the upcoming elections.

Speaking on the occasion, the IT minister said during the four-and-a-half years of TRS rule, Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao totally focused on inclusive growth and tried to maintain law and order. KTR also stated that the KCR government dispelled fears and apprehensions of multiple businessmen by providing them with total security and a free hand for business and trade activity in the new State. Though the Congress leaders tried to create fear psychosis that separate Telangana State would be in darkness clashes will be order of the day.

However, the KCR dispensation disproved the critics by tiding power crisis in just six months and 90 per cent of problem had been addressed. Referring to facilities in the city, KTR said the State government focused on providing better roads, 24 hour power supply to farm sector, industry and domestic needs. The new State was making rapid strides on growth trajectory with a focus on law and order and protection to the business and traders. He also said the infant State has achieved better economic development at national level with active participation by all sorts of businessmen flourishing the State, he said.

KTR appealed to the businessmen to vote for the ruling party for completing the projects and developing the State further. Otherwise, the people will face the problems of power, law and order and corruption if Mahakutami was voted to power as their commandants are in Delhi and Amaravathi, he cautioned. The people should choose whether they need a local Chief Minister, who cares for all or a sealed cover CM imposed from Delhi, he suggested. (NSS)