TANA Promises to Develop TS

Published: 26th December 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th December 2014 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Telugu people living in the US have assured to contribute for the development of Telangana State.

They have, in principle, announced their readiness to extend support in strenghtening the universities in the state.

A delegation of Telugu Association of North Andhra (TANA) on Thursday met chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and invited him to attend the TANA meetings scheduled to be held at Detroit in July next year.

The representatives told the CM thatTelugu Association of North Andhra  had been working for the interests of Telugu people living in USA and is also in the forefront of resolving any problems of the Telugu people living there.

“TANA has agreed to extend their cooperation in providing basic facilities in universities located in Telangana State,’’ an official release said.

Rao, meanwhile, detailed the Telugu Association of North Andhra  representatives about the various developmental works of his government.

Roads and Buildings minister Tummala Nageswara Rao, Telugu Association of North Andhra president Mohan Nannapaneni and other members were also present.

It is learnt that Rao asked the delegation to involve in the process of development of Telangana State. Sources said one of the sectors in which the non-resident Indians can participate is the Kakatiya Mission which is aimed at restoration of tanks.

The state government has already announced that NRIs can take part in the restoration of tanks in villages and the government would name the tank after the choice of the NRI in the Kakatiya project.


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