The Deputy Chief Minister of the newly formed Telangana state Mir Mahmood Ali assured prospective NRI investors that they are not required to run pillar to post for obtaining the approvals from different departments.
Rather, the Telangana government wholeheartedly welcome projects from NRIs and Saudi investors, and will ensure to grant all the required approvals quickly through the office of the Chief Minister, Telangana.
Assuring all the possible help and support from the government, he urged the NRIs to come forward for investments in the newly formed state.
Ali was addressing a group of NRIs on the occasion of launching the Telangana Business and Investment Forum (TBIF) at the auditorium of Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chamber of Commerce and Industries (FAPCCI).
Ali also announced that shortly he will lead the delegation to Kerala to study the steps taken by the Kerala government to help Non Resident Karalaites.
He congratulated the office bearers of newly formed TBIF and stressed on the necessity to empower Muslim youth by technical education, personality and soft skills development.
He assured that the state government will take necessary steps to provide technical education to one lakh youth of old city.
Deputy Chief Minister of Telangana also reiterated that the government is firm on its assurance to promote Urdu language in the state.
He announced Urdu sign boards will be placed on all the departments before Eid Ul Adha.
He disclosed that the government is considering a plan to offer pension to poets and writers in recognition of their contributions and services.
Expressing his concern over the poor standard of living of the members of erstwhile royal families, he said necessary steps will be taken to help them.
The rule of their forefathers, the Nizams was the example of secularism.
Referring the Pre Police Action era as the “Golden Era,” Ali said that was a peaceful period when Nizam appointed several non-Muslims on prominent posts.
The Deputy Chief Minister of Telangana Ali is planning to visit Saudi Arabia to perform Haj this year.
After performing haj he is expected to visit Jeddah and address the gathering of NRIs.
Later, Telangana government delegation will also visit Saudi Arabia to expedite the problems of Telanganaites in the Kingdom.
Senior congress leader and AICC National coordinator for Minority Affairs Mohammed Khaleeq ur Rahman appreciated the initiatives of the KCR government and informed that the NRIs in Saudi Arabia are very happy with the Telangana government.
During his recent visit to the Kingdom many NRIs conveyed their appreciation for the leadership of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao.
Appreciating the state government over its concern for all sections, Rahman announced that shortly a delegation will meet the Chief Minister.
Deputy Chief Minister will lead the delegation which will give representation to the CM about the problems of Telangana NRIs in the Gulf countries. Expressing his happiness on the formation of TBIF, Rahman congratulated the office bearers and expressed well wishes for it.
Rahman has been instrumental in the formation of the TBIF and he has been closely associated with the NRIs and their issues.
Balle Rao IAS and Secretary General FAPCCI assured the total support of the Chamber of Commerce to TBIF and requested the TBIF to prepare a charter and the guidelines for the investment by the Telangana entrepreneurs in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.
Mohammed Ashraf Ali, president TBIF, welcomed the gathering while Vice President Syed Akram Mohiuddin presented bouquet and the memento to the Deputy CM and proposed the vote of thanks.
Senior Journalist Mir Mohsin Ali, Secretary General and Media Coordinator TBIF presented a memento to Mohammed Khaleeq ur Rahman.
Trustee Chairman Federation of Indian Associations (USA) Iftekhar Shareef is the guest of honor Mumtaz Ali Akram, Aijaz Ahmed Khan, Senior Journalist Mir Mohsin Ali, Secretary General and Media Coordinator TBIF, Corporate Consultant Vishwanathan Ganesan, Syed Zia ur Rahman, CEO, yahind.com and several prominent NRIs from Saudi Arabia, UAE, USA, Canada, and large number of print and electronic media attended the event.