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    The Governor of Telangana, Tamilisai Sounderarajan, reassured that her government will fulfill all the promises it has made. She mentioned that within 48 hours of taking office, the government had already implemented two out of six guarantees: free bus travel for women in state-run RTC buses and medical facilities for the poor under the new Rajiv Arogya Sree scheme.

    Sounderarajan stated that the government has a definite and time-bound action plan to implement the remaining guarantees promised in the party manifesto. These include schemes such as Mahalakshmi (free bus travel and subsidized LPG cylinders), Rythu Bharosa (financial support for farmers), Gruha Jyothi (free electricity), Indiramma Houses (housing support for those in need), Yuva Vikasam (educational support for students), and Cheyutha (social security pension).

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    The government is committed to fulfilling these promises within 100 days of its governance and will stand by its word. It is actively preparing an action plan based on the manifesto promises, which will be implemented with the House as a witness.

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    Regarding the Kaleshwaram Project, the Governor mentioned that an inquiry will be conducted into any irregularities, lack of quality, and corruption in its construction. The government also aims to protect Telangana State’s rightful share of Krishna River Water and seeks national status for the Palamuru Rangareddy irrigation project.

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    The Congress government plans to fill up teachers’ posts through a mega District Selection Committee (DSC) within six months. Efforts are also being made to clean up the Telangana State Public Service Commission and fill up two lakh vacancies within a year.

    The government intends to replace the previous government’s Dharani integrated land records management system with a transparent portal named Bhumata. A Land Commission will be established to protect government lands. Additionally, a full-time Director will be appointed to the Telangana State Anti-Narcotic Bureau to combat the drug menace.

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    The government is committed to decentralizing development in Telangana and plans to divide the state into three zones. Hyderabad will serve as the center, with different plans prepared for each zone.

    Sounderarajan criticized the previous regime for raising loans from every corporation indiscriminately, leading to a financial crisis. She also expressed the government’s determination to restore the core values of the legislature and executive and provide justice to all sections that have faced discrimination and oppression.

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