TRS manifesto: KCR promises to spend over Rs 75,000 crore if voted to power

TRS President K.Chandra Sekhar Rao released the party's candidates list along with the manifesto in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad | Updated: April 4, 2014 7:16 pm

Two bedroom houses for weaker sections, Rs 50,000 crore for Dalit welfare and Rs 25,000 crore for backward classes are among the slew of promises made by TRS in its election manifesto released on Friday.

TRS President K Chandrasekhar Rao, who has ruled out an alliance with any party for the general and Legislative Assembly polls in Andhra Pradesh, said his party, if voted to power, would work for the welfare of poor and marginalised sections.

The “reconstruction” of Telangana, post its formation on June 2, would be possible only with TRS in power, he stressed.

“We have to take steps to fill power deficit. Congress and TDP Governments have failed miserably on Dalit welfare. About Rs 50,000 crore will be spent for Dalit welfare in the next five years.

“About Rs 25,000 crore will be spent for welfare of backward classes in five years,” he said.

Alleging that previous Governments did not do enough for Muslims, the TRS President said “a Rs 1,000 crore-budget” would be earmarked for their welfare.

Congress and TDP have been accusing the TRS President of going back on his promise to make a Dalit leader the first Chief Minister of Telangana.

TDP, trying to regain its glory in the region, has announced it would make a backward class leader the Chief Minister if voted to power in the soon-to-be created State.

Rao said the habitations of tribals would be recognised as Gram Panchayats and special measures taken for employees of Telangana Government.

“A TRS Government would be employee-friendly. A special Telangana increment would be given to celebrate the formation of separate Telangana. They will get salaries on par with the Central Government staff. Retired staff would be given pensions on par with Central Government staff.”

“Two bedroom houses would be built for weaker sections and given to them free of cost,” he said.

Memorials would be installed in honour of those who “sacrificed their lives” for formation of Telangana and their families provided assistance, the TRS President said.

Other promises in the document include regularisation of contract staff, Rs 1,500 a month pension for disabled and Rs 1,000 for widows.

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    manoj reddy
    Feb 22, 2017 at 7:14 pm
    I am a Telangana resident and these are the changes I saw after KCR came into power.lt;br/gt;1. Public transportation system became pretty much useless. He igned all the buses to Medaram, Yadagiri etc. Even if these buses run empty, they don't let you board unless you are going to Medaram or from Medaram to Hyd. They run empty most of the time.lt;br/gt;2. He is moving our state towards Tamil Nadu type politics by giving Muslim quota etc.lt;br/gt;3. Spending money on Vaastu, gifts to temples, donations etc. Public Money.lt;br/gt;4. Thousands of acres of fertile land is going to be destro due to his plan of building "the biggest reservoir", which is expensive.lt;br/gt;The people who voted for him in the last elections will not be so kind to TRS this time.
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    N VENKATESHWARLU
    Apr 6, 2014 at 4:28 am
    TelanganaVision 20-20 31/3/14· Agricultureand Farmers Development by establishing Agricultural University in Nizamabad district.· Tribaland Forest development by establishing Tribal and Forestdevelopment university in Adilabad district.· Business,educational and insutional development in the coal belt area in Adilabad,Karimnagar, Khammam and Warangal districts.· Govt.schools and collages up-gradation in Total Telangana.· Establishingo IIMin Medak Districto NITin Mahaboob Nagar Districto IIITin Nalgonda Districto IISERin Warangal Districto AIIMSin Karim Nagar Districto IIScin Khammam Districto NITIEMumbai in Adilabad Districto GovtMedical College in Nizamabad District etc;· Govt.ITI's,Polytechnics and Engineering colleges in all thedistricts of medium developed towns.· EstablishingIIT Ramaiah coaching centres in all the district headquarters and developed cities.· Establishing100 bed hospitals in all the districts.· Developingroads to each and every village from developed towns for easy transportation ori-products.· DevelopingIT cities in well connected towns.· EstablishingPolitical and Leadership Development Insutes through PPP Initiatives indeveloped cities.· EstablishingCourts and Law colleges in developed cities.· Establishinga High Tech Film Insutes and Film Cities in well connected district centers.· EstablishingYoga Insutes and Ayurvedic Medical Colleges, HomeoPathic Medical Colleges in all the districts by PPP initiatives.· Establishinga new Telangana Insute of Open Schooling(TIOS) in Ranga Reddy District.· EstablishingThermal, Hydel, Gas, Wind and Solar power plants· Privatebusiness development in small cities.· EstablishingGovt. and Private Banks in the developed towns and villages.· EstablishingResearch and Development Insutes in various fields like agriculture, IT,Automotive, Education and Tourism sectors.· Establishingnew industries like Automotive Industries, Manufacturing Industries, Steel industries,FMCG industries.· Businessdevelopment and Industrialization of second tier cities.· Establishingnew one International Air Port in Mahaboob Nagar or Khammam Districts, andthree domestic national Air ports in Warangal, Adilabad and Nizamabad districts· Investingon various transporting infrastructures such as Metro Rail, Rapid Rail, LightRail, Mono Rail and High Tech Bus transportation systems in First Tier andSecond Tier developed cities Like Warangal, Hyderabad, Ranga Reddy, Medak,Khammam etc;· Enhancingpolitical leadership development of university students through establishingleadership development colleges in the universities.· Constructingnew temples and developing old temples to enhance thespirituality among the people.· Conductingbusiness and marketing development seminars regularly toenhance the financial capabilities of the Telangana state.· Developin constructing houses for the poor people in the villages.Allocating required budget for the poor people.· Givingspecial financial packages for underground working coalmining employees.· Givingreservations to children's of coal mining employees in all employments in the Singarenicoal mining industry.· Generatingnew employment for the youth in every year continuously.· Stopcorruption and black money generation in the Telangana.-- Regards,Mr.N.Venkateshwarluociate ProfessorMechanical EngineeringSchool of Engg" .TechnologyIGNOUMaidan GarhiNew Delhi-68011-2957291808826655368
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