Where is the world's largest incubator, KTR asked Google

K T Rama Rao (KTR) has asked Google search: "Where is the world's largest incubator?"

Where is the worlds largest incubator, KTR asked Google

Pat came the reply with the Google suggestions that it's the T-Hub. Precisely, it's T-Hub 2.0. It's visuals and numerous news stories published by many newspapers, channels and websites highlighting this fact were returned by the search engine.

Undoubtedly, it is the world's largest incubator with all its splendour, spread in half a million sq.ft, in the most happening parts of Hyderabad, Telangana.

Another question KTR asked was: "Where is the world's largest lift irrigation project?" And, without a wink, the search engine popped up the suggestions highlighting Kaleswaram Lift Irrigation Scheme.

These two, apart from many others, were solely created by the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Government after the State was formed.

Being one of the principal participants in the process of creating such marvels, there is no surprise if KTR feels proud. Just imagine how would Chief Minister KCR feel?

After all, people living in Telangana too take pride in these two and many other achievements. Telangana, indeed, has fast become synonymous to 'peace of living', if one takes a cue from the claim of KTR that the TRS Government provided "Peace of doing business" along with Ease of Doing Business.

KTR has tweeted what happened when he searched Google for the two questions and tagged the screenshots of the suggestions too just to prove a point or two.

And he signed off saying: "Matter of great pride as both are in #Telangana and both built by #KCR Govt. Agriculture to ICT, we cover all the bases." And, he put an emoji of strength.

The tweet is being widely acclaimed.

After all, they say, proof of the pudding is in eating. And, what's more, as Mario Puzzo puts it in his blockbuster 'The Godfather' that "revenge is a dish best served cold," the TRS Government took revenge on all of its critics by serving the 'cool dishes' like Kaleshwaram, T-Hub and the legion of many other projects and programmes.

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