Telangana chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao, who announced the new industrial policy of the state on Friday, has enumerated the salient features of the policy. Speaking about the law and order of the Hyderabad, he has said that his government has tightened the law and order in the state. Briefing about the safety of women in the city, he elucidated as to how she teams were appointed that zeroed in on the eve teasers in some sensitive areas.
KCR went on to say that a new pharma university would be set up in Hyderabad and Telangana would soon be a key player in pharma industry of the country. Launcing the TS-iPass website-which will help the prospective industrialists to apply for company licenses-Mr Rao said that there wouldn’t be any need for investors to run from pillar to post to get their works done.
In fact, protocol officers would welcome the investors in person, he said. He has further said that IT parks would be set up in the city. He reminded the people that Telangana has greater responsibility as a new state in country’s economic growth.