Hyderabad: State IT minister and BRS working president KT Rama Rao while attending the United Federation of Resident Welfare Association here on Saturday, November 11 said that the city was a no-nonsense city. “We have neither communal riots nor regional disturbances. We aim to achieve UNESCO’s World Heritage City tag and host the 2036 Olympics one day,” KTR said.
Addressing its members, the minister informed the BRS government will appoint additional special commissioners exclusively for the development and maintenance of parks and water bodies.
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Recalling past protests staged by opposition parties for drinking water, KTR said water woes were a thing of the past thanks to the construction of the Kondapochamma Sagar project that supplies Godavari River water thus providing 24-hour water supply to Hyderabad.
“Hyderabad has consistently surpassed Bengaluru in creating tech jobs. One job in the IT or technology sector would create three to four indirect jobs in the hospitality, tourism, and construction sectors,” KTR said.