Siddipet development model replicated not only in Telangana but across country: KTR

The newly built IT Tower was officially inaugurated on Thursday by IT Minister KTR and Finance Minister T. Harish Rao in Siddipet

Siddipet development model replicated not only in Telangana but across country: KTR

HYDERABAD: Telangana IT and MA&UD minister KT Rama Rao said on Thursday in Siddipet that the Telangana model was immensely popular and extensively adapted across the country since it adopts a holistic, integrated, balanced, and intrusive approach to the development of the state.

Minister KTR said at a public meeting following the inauguration of the IT hub in Nagulabanda in Siddipet, "The Telangana model under the leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrshekhar Rao is popular and widely adopted across the country because it follows the Samagra (Holistic), Samikrutha (Integrated), Sammilitha (Inclusive), and Samatuyla (balanced) approach in state development."

"The Telangana model is very popular," says the minister, "because it takes a balanced approach to development in the state."

"Telangana has made remarkable growth in a variety of fields, including agriculture, villages and towns, and information technology. We dedicated a slaughterhouse built at a cost of Rs 6 crore, as well as the Siddipet IT Tower built by the State government at a cost of Rs 63 crore, and we are also laying roads at a cost of Rs 20 crore, demonstrating that the Telangana model focuses on all sectors rather than just one, " he said.

KTR happily claimed about Siddipet's rapid progress, saying, "The children who were born and raised in Siddipet are now getting jobs in the IT Tower here, which is a proud moment for all of us. We undoubtedly develop our IT Tower so that more local youngsters can find work in their hometowns. We have established Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK) to enable local children develop various soft skills that are required for employment. I encourage all of you to use these TASK centres because you are no less than any other student in Hyderabad, Bangalore, or other major cities. We also intend to establish a T-Hub here for the benefit of local youngsters and to foster their innovative talents.

"When Telangana State was formed, we were questioned about whether we could develop the state well and whether we had good and capable leaders to run the state. However, Telangana logged its highest ever IT exports, from Rs 57,000 crore to Rs 2.41 lakh crore. We had 3.2 lakh IT employees when the state was formed; now, we have 9.5 lakh. There are plenty of career opportunities in our state, and you don't need to leave if you have the appropriate abilities," said the IT Minister.

"Actually, everyone believes that Chief Minister KCR implemented these new policies recently, but many are unaware that he began Haritha Haram in 1987 by planting 10,000 saplings in Siddipet district and expanded it across the state. Similarly, KCR carried out his other initiatives, such as the Ring Road, Mission Bhagiratha, and Dalit Bandhu, first in Siddipet and later in other districts. Mission Bhagiratha is now being replicated by the centre and executed across the country as 'Har Ghar Jal, so we can assert that the Siddipet model is being followed not only by Telangana but by the entire country," KTR said.

"The Chief Minister is unwavering in his belief that the people of Siddipet are everything to him," KTR said on his special association with the Siddipet region since the day he was born. The Chief Minister believes that he is nothing without Siddipet and its citizens, no matter how hard he works for the district. I am convinced that you will help KCR in achieving his hatrick by helping him win a third term as Chief Minister. I hope you all will help Harish Rao in achieving a record majority this time as well."

Minister Harish Rao, speaking on the occasion, expressed that the Chief Minister delivered on election promises, including a separate district for Siddipet, Godavari water, and a rail network for the district. Enumerating the development works observed in the district, such as a Police Commissionerate, drinking water, and irrigation facilities, Harish Rao noted that an IT tower has also been established, providing employment opportunities to local youth.

"Telangana is leading in all sectors. The state saw tremendous development in many sectors, from agriculture to information technology and industry. While Telangana was providing 24 hour quality power supply to farmers, industries, and domestic sectors, power holidays were imposed in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state of Gujarat," said Harish Rao.

"Opposition leader K. Jana Reddy once said in the Assembly that it would be a miracle if Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao could provide a 24-hour electricity supply. Congress leaders are now watching the miracle in the state," Rao added.

IT Tower Siddipet

The Siddipet IT Tower, a remarkable establishment, comprises four floors that have been allocated to 17 companies. With a total of approximately 720 seats available, the IT Tower can accommodate a workforce of up to 1,440 individuals, facilitating smooth operations in two shifts. This state-of-the-art facility serves as a hub for technology-driven enterprises, offering a conducive environment for innovation, collaboration, and growth.

IT and Industries Ministers K.T. Rama Rao and Health and Finance Minister T. Harish Rao inaugurated an IT Tower in Siddipet on Thursday. They handed over allotment letters to 17 companies that secured office space in the tower.

The state government's vision of expanding IT to Tier-II/Tier-III towns has become a reality now, driving economic growth and creating employment opportunities. The state is witnessing the transformation of these towns into thriving IT hubs, attracting top companies and fostering innovation.

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