Telangana's growth would not be compromised, the congress administration has stated, according to chief minister Revanth Reddy's statement on Wednesday. He stated that the state administration will carry out the wise decisions made by the past regimes for the development of hyderabad city, acknowledging the actions performed by the former chief ministers, YS Rajashekhar reddy, Chandrababu Naidu, and K Chandrashekhar Rao.

Revanth reddy was giving the keynote talk at a conference on education, skill development, and entrepreneurial prospects in hyderabad that was hosted by the CII telangana & TDF USA. cm revanth reddy detailed the telangana government's intention to establish the state as a formidable competitor on the international scene in his speech. He emphasized that the administration is committed to creating an environment that is favorable for economic growth and promised investors and businesses his undivided support.

The government is prepared to invest Rs 2,000 crore to transform 64 ITIs into Skill Development Centres, he continued. Stakeholder consultations are underway to establish skill universities. The government would give degree credentials to students who enrolled in programs for skill development.
In addition, the chief minister announced that the government was aiming to create a dry port in telangana, demonstrating its dedication to enhancing infrastructure and promoting commerce. He discussed the Outer Ring Road's (ORR) revolutionary effects, noting that while opposition to it once existed, it is now an essential conduit for Hyderabad's development and connection.

Leaders in the sector, interested parties, and telangana government representatives attended the conference, which provided a forum for discussion and cooperation to further the state's development objectives.

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