Hyderabad: The chief minister KCR said that the Telangana government hadn’t taken any decision in the secretariat yet. “No decision has taken, only discussions took place. The meeting with journalist friends in the Telangana press Academy. We will discuss the issue and find if there is a better way to regulate entry of journalists to the Secretariat instead of the present anarchy”, he said.
He added that the power crisis in Telangana would ease by 2018 when the state would have 23,000 MW. The state would get 1000 MW of power from neighbouring Chhattisgarh soon, he added.
As the Steering Committee and senior party leaders at Telangana Bhavan. They are clamour for TRS membership indicated the public’s confidence and approval of government programmes and policies.
“The government will be very careful and will continue pro-poor approach. All government schemes will be implemented. We will keep corruption at bay.
We will ensure a tap for every house and won’t seek votes if we don’t provide the same. We will ensure uninterrupted powers by 2018.We have also come out with a new industrial policy and we will constitute a new PCB soon”, he remarked. “As long as we have the people’s blessings, we will go forward. We initially set a membership target of 30 lakh.But it has now crossed 50 lakh.
The people for their faith in TRS and other MPs, MLAs, MLCs and ministers for the membership drive.” The CM disclosed that the party had earned Rs 5 crore through membership fees so far and it would go up to Rs 8-8.5 crore. “Unlike other parties, we will provide 100 per cent individual insurance to every member. Party has already Rs 4 crore in fixed deposits,” he added
Election of state president will be held at the extended general body meeting of the party at Lal Bahadur Stadium on April 24, followed by a public meeting at Parade Grounds on April 27.