TS welfare schemes impresses 3 CMs
Hyderabad: The Chief Ministers of Delhi, Punjab, and Kerala who attended the inauguration of the Kanti Velugu and Integrated District Collectorate Complex in Khammam on Wednesday heaped praise on Chief Minister K.Chandrashekar Rao for implementing welfare and development schemes in Telangana.
Addressing the BRS public meeting later in the day, the Chief Ministers of Delhi, Punjab, and Kerala—Arvind Kejriwal, Bhagwant Mann, and Pinarayi Vijayan—announced that they will replicate the schemes being implemented in Telangana in their states.
Rao has consistently emphasised that the welfare programmes being implemented in the state ought to be implemented in the entire country. The KCR government's initiatives impressed the CMs of the three non-BJP ruled states.
They stated they gained a lot from KCR and their visit to Telangana, and that the development and welfare programmes of the Telangana government were an indication of KCR's effective governance.