KCR seeks minority welfare funds proposals

THE HANS INDIA |   Jan 12,2017 , 03:17 AM IST
   


Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao holding a review meeting on Minority Welfare programmes, in Hyderabad on Wednesday
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao holding a review meeting on Minority Welfare programmes, in Hyderabad on Wednesday
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao holding a review meeting on Minority Welfare programmes, in Hyderabad on Wednesday

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has directed the officials to prepare proposals for the funds to be allocated for Minority Welfare in the ensuing annual Budget. The Chief Minister held a review meeting on the Minority Welfare at Pragathi Bhavan here on Wednesday. 

KCR also asked the officials to make proposal for increasing the number of Residential Schools for the Minorities.  

He instructed the District Collectors to monitor implementation of the Minority welfare programmes and suggested that regular health check-ups should be organised in the schools. 

He also asked the officials to prepare proposals to encourage Minorities in the field of information technology and industrial sector. The Minorities should also be encouraged to take up contracts. 
 
Advisor to the State Government (Minority Welfare)  AK Khan, senior CMO officials  Bhoopal Reddy,  Smita Sabharwal, Minority Welfare Commissioner  Omar Jaleel, Minority Development Commission MD  Shafiullah were present.



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