No Word From Centre On Vaccine Shortage
Category: Coronavirus
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Acknowledging that there was shortage of Covid vaccines across the country, MA&UD Minister K T Rama Rao said there was no word from the Centre on the appeal made by Telangana government for supply of additional vaccine doses.

In view of increasing Covid-19 cases, the Minister appealed to the people to be cautious and cooperate with the government in containing the spread of the virus. He, however, ruled out the possibility of imposing a complete lockdown.

The Minister chatted with Netizens on a variety of topics with #Ask KTR on his Twitter handle on Sunday. The session, which went on for over 90 minutes was trending on social network website with over 10,000 tweets being tweeted by different people.

From films, cricket to politics, the Minister fielded a wide variety of questions from Twiterrati. On Central government assistance to States, the Minister said a State on its own can’t set up semi-conductors industry as it requires lot of investment. “This is where the Central government should pitch in and extend the required push,” he said.

In the present scenario, to compete with a nation like China, scale has to be high, he said, adding that unfortunately, there was no support for Telangana’s Kakatiya Textile park or Pharma city projects from Central Government, he said.

Regarding Bengal elections, he said ultimately democracy should win. On Nagarjuna Sagar bypolls, the Minister was confident that people would extend their support to TRS. “It is a contest between K Jana Reddy, who represents past and Nomula Bhagat, who represents future,” said Rama Rao.

He said owing to Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s vision and policies, many companies were investing in the State and hoped the trend to continue this year as well.

The Minister reminded that Telangana was the only State in the country which was extending financial assistance and offering free rice to teachers and staff of recognized private schools. This is yet another example for the Chief Minister’s humanitarian thinking, he said.

The Industries Minister said shortly notifications will be issued for recruitments into different government jobs. He said many developmental works were under progress in Hyderabad and efforts were being made to complete them at the earliest.

GHMC was striving hard in setting up more public toilets for the convenience of citizens, however a few miscreants were damaging the facilities and stealing taps and other materials from the toilets, he said adding 50 FOBS were being constructed across the city for the convenience of pedestrians.

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