Mallu bhatti vikramarka, the deputy chief minister of telangana, asserted on wednesday that there are no power outages, not even for a split second, and that the state has an excess of electricity. He also mentioned that a new electricity policy will shortly be released by the congress government.
Speaking at a bankers' event alongside agricultural minister Tummala Nageswara Rao, bhatti vikramarka stated that the farm industry is receiving free electricity for a full day. The deputy chief minister of telangana said, "Even if large-scale industries were set up in the future, there would not be any problem to supply required power."

His remarks on the availability of power come at a time when residents of hyderabad have been lamenting sporadic power outages for a variety of causes in recent months. A protracted power outage at the bhuvanagiri Government Hospital earlier in May left staff and patients in the dark for many hours, necessitating that physicians treat patients by torchlight on their cell phones.

Similar difficulties were experienced by several residents during Bakrid just two days prior when unexpected rains caused the electricity to go out. Furthermore, the telangana congress administration is presently looking into the electricity agreements made with chhattisgarh during the previous Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) government, which was led by the former chief minister of telangana, K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR). Following its election to power, the congress appointed retired judge Justice L narasimha Reddy to lead a panel that would look into the transactions.

Telangana DyCM addresses issues of power, loans to the poor
Speaking at the annual credit plan of bankers, telangana Dy cm Vikramarka addressed concerns about poverty in addition to electricity difficulties, urging bankers to take on a socially and humanitarian-conscious approach.
According to the telangana deputy chief minister, banks ought to lend a lot of money to large-scale businesses and MSME's. "The state and the nation saw a significant increase in employment in the industrial sector. According to bhatti vikramarka, the state can only attain integrated development by providing loans to marginalized groups.

According to him, in telangana, things are the opposite of how they are generally done when banks provide loans—the subsidy amount is released first. National banks were falling short in this area, even if private banks were hitting their goals. Reducing the number of national bank branches is improper. He went on, "Bankers had to step up and lend money to the middle class and impoverished as well as large enterprises.


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