Naini Narsimha Reddy warns peddlers of fake products
THE HANS INDIA |
Jun 19,2017 , 11:08 PM IST
Says the State government will not tolerate production and sale of fake or spurious items
Home Minister Naini Narasimha Reddy, Transport Minister P Mahender Reddy, DGP Anurag Sharma and others after inaugurating the new police station building at Basheerabad in Vikarabad district on Monday
Hyderabad: Home Minister Naini Narsimha Reddy on Monday said the government would deal with an iron hand those who produce and sell fake items of seeds, fertilisers, bogus and spurious food products and contaminated articles.
Launching a new police station building built at a cost of Rs 70 lakh at Basheerabad in Vikarabad, along with Minister Transport Minister P Mahender Reddy, Director General of Police P Anurag Sharma and others, the Home Minister said the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) government would not tolerate fake or spurious items and would punish people and businessmen for violating the norms.
“The government is spending huge funds to modernise police stations for protecting law and order and help people live in peaceful atmosphere,” he said. Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao was giving top priority for providing people-friendly policing, the Minister added.
The Home Minister slammed the previous Chief Ministers and leaders for their statements that Telangana would become dark on getting statehood. However, the KCR government had disproved it and was providing 24 hours power supply, he claimed.
Besides a focus on welfare and development, the State government was toiling for irrigating crops in rural areas through lakes restoration under Mission Kakatiya and safe drinking water to rural pockets through Mission Bhagiratha scheme. “The schemes of Telangana are becoming ideal to other States at national level,” Reddy claimed.
Mahender Reddy said Chandrashekar Rao was spending crores of funds for modernisation of police system to offer better services to the people. “Friendly-policing policy is ideal for the country and it is good development that the police are participating in social activities. We have spent Rs 12 crore for modernising the police stations in the erstwhile Ranga Reddy district, he said.