Speaking about the country and resources, which were not being used correctly by the Central government, the chief minister of Telangana, K. Chandrasekhar Rao, after Hanmakonda on Saturday, gave certain indications of forming a national party. This had rejected India a place among the top nations or the world.
KCR urged youth to come forward for building a new and vigorous India. He took a dig at Union ministers who visited Telangana and made crucial comments against the state directorate to sing the praises of its schemes. The chief minister recalled that many Union ministers had acknowledged Telangana was the top state across sectors.
Later, he said, “During the statehood movement, I had said that Telangana would emerge as the richest state in the country, which has been accomplished. While there were only 5 medical colleges before 2014, today Telangana boasts of 17 medical colleges. In the coming days all 33 districts will have at least one medical college. The increase in seats will mean that students will shelve their plans for studying abroad.
He said that the state government is constructing a 24-storey super speciality hospital with 2,000 beds to transform Warangal into a medical city. He further said that India will emerge as the Annapurna to the entire world. The United States and China do not have much land for cultivation, whereas more than 50% of land in India is cultivable. Rao concluded his speech saying, Jai Telangana and Jai Bharat giving indications of determination to have a firm foothold in national politics.