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Chief Minister invites NRI Telugus to invest in the State

CM given warm welcome from US Telugu community and Chicago Mayor

Hyderabad, May 7, 2007

Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy was given a warm welcome by the Mayor of Chicago and the Telugu community living in the region. The City Mayor Richard Daley and the Assembly passed a resolution welcoming the Andhra Pradesh and his team to the state. Dr. Reddy will be taking part in various programs organized by the Telugu community in the US. He will be taking part in the Telugu Association of North America (TANA) and other NRI associations in Chicago and St. Louis.

Dr. Reddy spoke at a program at the Swank Rosemont Convention Centre organized by the TANA and the ATA on Sunday. In reply to a question raised by an NRI, the Chief Minister felt that NRI's are always welcome to join politics in Andhra Pradesh at any time. YSR shared some of his inner feelings with the Telugu community. On his favorite leaders, he said Abraham Lincoln, Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy and Indira Gandhi were his favorites. The Chief Minster, Dr.YS Rajasekhara Reddy said while addressing a joint meeting of Telugu Association of North America (TANA) and American Telugu Association (ATA) at Rose Mont Convention Centre said that the Andhra Pradesh has been witnessing a silent revolution in the last three years towards overall development. He explained the various measures taken up by the Government for the welfare of the people of Andhra Pradesh.

According to an official release, Dr. Rajasekhara Reddy's 90 minute speech was received with loud applause at several occasions. The Chief Minister explained the Jala Yagnam programme and pro farmer measures. He said that his government was laying special emphasis on irrigation, agriculture, rural development and housing to rejuvenate the rural economy. He added that the government was providing funds for temples under 'Dhoopa-Deepa-Naivedyam scheme' besides other religions near places of worship of a particular faith. He urged the non resident Telugus to invest in their native State. Responding to TANA president B. Hanumaiah's request, the Chief Minister said that would try to get classical language status to Telugu soon. ATA president G. Chandra Reddy and others were present on the occasion.

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