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BC Development Meeting Hold by CM KCR

December 3rd, 2017 by

Telangana Chief Minister Sri K Chandrashekhar Rao is set to hold all-party meeting of MLAs, MPs and MLCs belonging to the Backward Classes, at the Legislative Assembly on Sunday to discuss and arrive at a consensus on development and welfare programmes for Most Backward Classes (MBCs). the State government is likely to apprise the elected representatives of the findings of Telangana State Backward Classes Commission on the status of MBCs in the State.

BC legislators from the TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi) Legislature Party (TRSLP) held meeting with the leaders representing various BC organisations here on Saturday. MLA V. Srinivas Goud, who led the meeting, to told the media people that they convened the meeting with the BC organisations commities to get a complete understanding of pressing issues concerning the Backward Classes. “No such meeting was held by any Chief Minister in the history of undivided Andhra Pradesh to ensure effective implementation of schemes for Backward Classes. Hence, we want to make optimum use of the opportunity”.

the Chief Minister KCR held a similar meeting on implementation of SC/ST sub-plans to receive suggestions and objections from the legislators which paved the way for better utilization of the sub-plan funds for SCs and STs in the State.

The TRS party legislators has said the State government had established 119 residential schools for students who belonging to the Backward Classes, provided huge funds for progress of caste-based occupations and also allotted for Rs 1,000 crore for empowerment of MBCs. MLA Dasyam Vinay Bhaskar admitted that there were minor issues which were plaguing the development of BCs which would be taken to the notice of the Chief Minister during the meeting. The legislators also decided to urge the KCR to take initiative for the uplift of poor families belonging to upper castes. Anjaiah Yadav and Prakash Goud stated that the State government’s support to caste-based occupations restored the respect of these professions.

Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao observed that no major progress was achieved during the previous governments’ rule through establishment of numerous corporations and federations for different castes among Backward Classes. He felt some BCs were in a more pathetic condition than SCs and STs, making it clear that they would be the priority of the State government in terms of welfare and developmental activities.

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