The government is working to develop industries in Telangana and create jobs for young people. To celebrate Telangana Industrial Progress Day, a program was held in Mancherial attended by Peddapalli MP Borlakunta Venkatesh Netha, District Collector Badhawath Santhosh, and Manchiryala MLA Nadipelli Diwakar Rao. Government Whip Balka Suman spoke at the event, highlighting the government’s efforts to establish industries and provide employment opportunities.
To improve administrative services, the government is establishing Gram Panchayats, Municipal Corporations, Integrated Collectorate buildings, and Police stations to provide faster services to the people. The government has also established medical and nursing colleges in every district to improve healthcare services.
Efforts have been made to ensure that government welfare and development schemes reach remote areas and deserving beneficiaries. Through Tea Pride, Tea Idea, and other programs, aspiring entrepreneurs are encouraged to establish industries in the district. Since 2014, 423 industries have been established with an investment of Rs 6,208 crore and 4,721 people have been employed in these industries.
The government has also sanctioned subsidies for various applications through the T-idea scheme, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and disabled persons through the Tri-Pride scheme. The District Industries Department will organize melas and awareness programs on industrial schemes to encourage development in the industrial sector.