- Sheep distribution scheme for lambs and yadavs.
- Contribute to the distribution of fish to fishermen.
- KCR key comments on the promotion of BCs.
Together with the latest funds, the total cost of the project is estimated at Rs 11,000 crore. With the encouragement of the government, the number of sheep in Telangana has increased tremendously, surpassing Rajasthan and reaching the top in the country, said CM Harsham. He said the fish production process in the villages would continue under the supervision of the Fisheries Department. Eligible youth above 18 years of age will be given the opportunity in fisheries societies.
He said the distribution of free fish had created a blue revolution in Telangana, which would increase production and take steps to export fish to cities in several cities across the country that are far from the sea. The most crucial castes in the rural economy will be further encouraged. The decision was taken by CM KCR during a high-level review held on Tuesday on the development of BC professional castes.
He said that the Telangana government has taken steps to support BCs in all spheres and the development welfare schemes implemented in the state are ideal for the country. We are shedding light on the lives of the BC communities who have been subjected to injustice in the Commonwealth and there has been a qualitative change in the Sabbanda communities. He commented that strengthening the rural economy, the distribution of sheep for lambs and yadavs in Telangana, and the distribution of free fish for the Gangaputras and Mudirajs were achieving great results.