Famous industrial house Tata Group came forward to lend its hand to the Telangana government in the construction of 2BHK houses Scheme for the poor in the Telangana State.
This was disclosed by group’s chairman Cyrus Mistry to Telangana Information Technology and Panchayat Raj Minister K T Rama Rao. The minister was in Mumbai to meet Mistry along with another big industrialist Mukesh Ambani in his bid to attract investments to the State.
The minister explained the avenues of investment available in Telangana to Mukesh and Mistry. He said that Tata Group which already has its presence in Hyderabad has shown interest in expanding the activities. KTR informed the Tata Group chairman about the comments of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao that Tatas were Telangana’s brand ambassadors. The minister was told by Mistry that they would participate in the housing programme.
He was also informed that Tata – AIG Technology Development Centre would be established in Hyderabad. Tata Group also decided to support T-Hub through Tata Capital.
Rama Rao, in his meeting with Mukesh Ambani, explained about the prestigious projects of Telangana like Mission Kakatiya, Mission Bhagiratha, 2BHK houses and power plants extension. He informed that the government has been going forward with a time bound schedule in implementing the programmes.
The minister mentioned the Chief Minister’s pledge that they would not go election if Mission Bhagiratha was not accomplished successfully. He was told by Ambani that the Telangana government has a vision and taking it forward with an action plan.
“Vision without execution is illusion”, the minister was told by Ambani. Appreciating the efforts of the government, Ambani said that they have plans to work with it. He said soon they would come out with grand plans for Telangana.