Telangana

CM Revanth announces constitution of Farmer, Education Commissions soon

Telangana Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has announced that Farmer Commission and Education Commission will be constituted in the Telangana State soon.

Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has announced that Farmer Commission and Education Commission will be constituted in the Telangana State soon.

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The Chief Minister informed that the Education Commission will decide how our education system should be in Telangana while the Farmer Commission will provide appropriate advice and suggestions regarding the achievements and sufferings of farmers and tenant farmers, their welfare and reforms in the agricultural sector.

Revanth Reddy interacted with representatives of civil society organisations at the Secretariat here on Friday and shared the State government’s sincere efforts to develop the State.

Speaking on the occasion, he said the State government has taken up welfare programmes from the day one it came to power.

The Chief Minister stated that soon after the formation of the Congress government, Dharna Chowk was opened at Indira Park and Praja Bhavan was made available for people to express their problems.

“A white paper has been released in the Assembly with complete details on the State’s economic, power and irrigation situation. Four guarantees have already been implemented to benefit women and poor families. More measures will be taken up to benefit the farmers and the unemployed youth in the days to come,” Revanth Reddy said.

Stating that the State government is preparing plans to improve the condition of schools and colleges in Telangana, the Chief Minister said that SC, ST and BC minority Gurukuls will be set up in one integrated campus in about 25 acres instead of in different places and as part of its endeavour, the first an integrated campus will be set up in Kodangal as a pilot project.

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