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‘Special progs needed for employment of minorities’

Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao wanted formulation of special programmes for minority self employment without having any linkage to the banks. Rao directed Deputy Chief Minister (Education) K Srihari to visit Maharashtra to study measure

Published: 21st November 2017 04:55 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st November 2017 07:38 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao wanted formulation of special programmes for minority self employment without having any linkage to the banks. Rao directed Deputy Chief Minister (Education) K Srihari to visit Maharashtra to study measures taken for the protection of Urdu language and asked Deputy Chief Minister (Revenue) Mohamood Ali to visit Rajasthan to make arrangements for the construction of Rubaat in Ajmer.

At a review meeting at Pragati Bhavan, the CM said minorities too should get the benefit of all the welfare programmes of the government on a par with SCs and STs. Rao wanted the officials to submit the recommendations to strengthen the Minority Development Corporation, Urdu Academy and the Wakf Board.

At another review meeting on the conduct of World Telugu Conference, the chief minister said that the proposed World Telugu Conference to be held in Hyderabad should unfold the great literary creativity of Telangana, “Instil confidence among the participants that the Telugu language has future,” the chief minister said.

KCR’s suggestions for WTC
Every year Telangana Telugu Conference should be held
Compile oral literature in books
Appoint sub committees with the literary personalities for the conduct of the WTC
Participation of women writers’ is must on dais
Road junctions to be named after the eminent Telugu person- alities

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