Hyderabad: A comprehensive action plan would be chalked out for the development of Backward Classes in the State and it would be presented before Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, BC Welfare Minister Gangula Kamalakar said on Monday.
Participating in a meeting with Tourism Minister V Srinivas Goud and other officials concerned to review various schemes being implemented for BCs, the Minister said the Chief Minister was ready to spend more funds for the welfare of BCs. The BC Welfare Department would prepare the action plan in such a way that every beneficiary would get the benefits. Tenders would be called for the construction of self-respect buildings for all BC communities in the city, he said.
Since lands were already allocated for the construction of these buildings in prime locations in Kokapet and Uppal Bhagayath, he asked officials to call for tenders for the construction of world-class buildings for all BC communities at the earliest. The BC Welfare Department has already taken possession of the land at Kokapet and Uppal Bhagayath, he said.
The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority has already developed basic amenities at Kokapet, he said, requesting Principal Secretary (Municipal Administration and Urban Development) Arvind Kumar to provide amenities at Uppal Bhagayath also.
Kamalakar reviewed various schemes including 250 units of free power supply to Rajaka and Nayibrahmana families and ‘KCR Apathbandhu’ ambulance scheme for unemployed youth under most backward classes. He instructed officials to take necessary steps for the overall development of BC communities in the State.
Following a request from Srinivas Goud to provide mopeds to eligible toddy workers, Kamalakar responded positively saying that vehicles would be provided to eligible persons. It was only the TRS government that was striving for the welfare of BCs in the country and established BC gurukuls and study circles for the benefit of students.
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