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    The BRS working president KT Rama Rao spoke about the impact of political instability on the industrial sector in States like Karnataka and Maharashtra. He addressed industry heads at a meeting, highlighting the stable government and strong leadership of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao as the reason for companies moving to Telangana. Rama Rao expressed concerns about the lack of a stable government hindering a state’s development and prosperity. He emphasized that the industrial sector would be greatly affected by political instability.

    Rama Rao mentioned that a company called Kaynes Technology initially approached the Congress government in Karnataka for land allocation but did not receive any assurance. They then decided to set up their unit in Telangana after the BRS government allotted them land in just 10 days. Rama Rao also discussed the power crisis in Karnataka and credited CM KCR for increasing Telangana’s installed power capacity, ensuring no power crisis in the state.

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    Responding to Rahul Gandhi’s statement about the BRS party being the B team of BJP, KTR clarified that the BRS had no tie-up with BJP even in local body elections. He emphasized that the BRS is the people’s ‘A’ team and not anyone’s ‘B’ team. KTR also mentioned that there were 13 political parties that did not support either the NDA or the I.N.D.I.A alliance, suggesting that Congress and BJP do not want new parties to emerge.

    Rama Rao addressed allegations of corruption in the BRS government, questioning why the Union government didn’t take action if there were any irregularities. He dismissed the notion that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would spare them if there was corruption.

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    During the meeting, some industrialists raised their concerns to Rama Rao. Durga Prasad, President of Pashamylaram Industrial Association, mentioned issues with effluent treatment plants faced by the pharma industry. Pravin Reddy, President of Jeedimetla Industrial Association, shared his experience of improved power supply under the BRS government compared to before 2014. He proudly stated that his company consumed one lakh units without any interruption.

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