In Hyderabad, BRS President and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao announced plans for a special Information Technology park for minority youths if their party secures power again. Speaking at a rally in Maheshwaram, where Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy is contesting in the November 30 polls, KCR emphasized his government's inclusive approach, stating that Muslims and Hindus are equally valued.
Highlighting the government's initiatives, he mentioned providing pensions for Muslims, establishing residential schools welcoming Muslim students and reiterating their commitment to inclusivity.
Expressing concern for the aspirations of Muslim youths, KCR proposed the establishment of a dedicated IT park near Hyderabad specifically for them, near Pahadi Shareef.
Emphasizing the peaceful state of Telangana without law and order issues, Rao highlighted the substantial investment of Rs 12,000 crore in minority development over the past decade by the BRS government, comparing it to the Rs 2,000 crore spent during the Congress's tenure.
Asserting his commitment to a secular Telangana, KCR credited the statehood for enabling progress, mentioning achievements like uninterrupted 24-hour free power and access to tap water for every household.
Urging voters to consider their decision's impact on the state's future, KCR stressed the importance of their vote, emphasizing its role in shaping Telangana's trajectory for the next five years.