NEW DELHI: Union minister for tourism G. Kishan Reddy said that the Union Budget-2023 reflects the vibrant future of India. It has been prepared so thoroughly that it has given equal priority to welfare and development, he said. The aim is to emerge as a developed nation by 2047, the minister said.
Speaking to reporters at his residence in New Delhi on Wednesday, Reddy said that the central government is moving ahead with a federal spirit and giving importance to all sectors. The budget proves all allegations of opposition parties were wrong, he said.
Reddy said that an epigraphy museum will be set up in Hyderabad and the modalities are being worked out.
‘I am responsible for the people of Telangana and Secunderabad Parliament constituency and not for the Kalvakuntla family’, Kishan Reddy said.
‘We will give full details of the developments, particularly railways, in Telangana soon’, he said. Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and his family cannot digest the developmental activities taken up by the Centre, he said.