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    KT Rama Rao puzzled by the Indian connection of Harley’s company in Hyderabad

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    Harley’s, a baking company, is actually an Indian brand and not a foreign company, contrary to popular belief. The name “Harley’s” is derived from the names of the founders’ parents, Harilal and Leela. It was surprising for BRS working president KT Rama Rao to learn that Harley’s was a product of the Chief Minister Scheduled Tribes Entrepreneurship and Innovation Scheme (CMSTEI), a program initiated by the State government.
    KT Rama Rao expressed his surprise during the success meet of CMSTEI, which was organized by tribal entrepreneurs in Hyderabad. He initially thought Harley’s was a Dubai-based firm with a franchise in India. He also mentioned that the CMSTEI program was launched in 2018 to empower educated tribal youth who aspire to become entrepreneurs.
    Rao shared some encouraging words with the entrepreneurs, highlighting how Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao had faced defeat in his first election but went on to win every election since 1985. He urged the entrepreneurs to stay focused and pursue their dreams, assuring them of the government’s support.
    Rao emphasized the importance of thinking big and dreaming beyond Telangana and India. He requested the chief adviser of the CMSTEI program to create a detailed plan to expand the program and support the creation of 5,000 entrepreneurs. Rao envisioned these entrepreneurs becoming brand ambassadors and inspiring others to participate in the program.
    Additionally, Rao mentioned the success of the Dalit Bandhu scheme, citing examples of entrepreneurs who established a rice mill and a petrol pump through collaboration. He emphasized that innovation, infrastructure, and inclusive growth were key factors in building a first-world India by 2047.
    Tribal Welfare Minister Satyavathi Rathod praised the CMSTEI program for providing a platform for aspiring ST entrepreneurs and creating employment opportunities. She highlighted how such programs reflect Chief Minister KCR’s dedication to uplifting tribal communities and improving their socio-economic conditions.

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