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State Government will abide by the Centre's decisions, says Chief Minister

February 22, 2011 - Hyderabad

The Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy appealed the students, political parties and employees to wait for the Centre's decision on the separate Telangana issue as the State Government will abide by it's decision. He said that the State Government was not in a position to do anything until the Centre took a decision on the issue. He appealed the students to concentrate on their studies and employees on their work. Kiran Kumar Reddy said that the issue is not new one and it was there for the past 50 years and was raised at different times.

Sri Krishna Committee Report

On Sri Krishna Committee Report, he said that after talking to all parties, the Centre would take a decision and the government is ready to implement whatever the Centre decision may be.

Welfare Schemes

The Chief Minister urged the opposition parties not to obstruct welfare programmes, he said 65 lakh applications were received and nearly 1.5 crore people participated during Rachchabanda programme. He added that 32 lakh additional applications were received seeking ration cards and 4.65 lakh ration cards were additionally distributed. He claimed that no other State was implementing so many welfare programmes, he said that his government was not only committed to the welfare of poor but also pro-farmer and pro-industries.

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