KTR opens up on issues like Ram Mandir, TSBPASS
Telangana IT Minister KT Rama Rao on Sunday took to Twitter to engage with his followers. The TRS leader took a number of questions, ranging from Covid-related ones to developmental issues pertaining to Hyderabad.
Replying to a question, KTR said that government hospitals across the State are offering (the required) services. "Even when private hospitals are refusing treatment, it is the government healthcare professionals that are taking them up. Kindly respect and recognise the efforts of Govt sector professionals (sic)," he said.
When a tweeple asked him as to how he sees the IT business in a post COVID scenario, KTR replied, "Skill, Upskill and Reskill is the mantra in today’s world. Focus on emerging technologies and constantly learn more."
A citizen wrote, "People are facing troubles in obtaining house construction permission in municipalities reportedly due to a shortage of staff in town planning dept and technical issues. Hope TSBPASS is implemented in true spirit." Joining the issue, KTR said, "TSBPASS will be a game-changer and will be a benchmark in urban reforms. We will roll it out shortly and make sure that all such issues are taken care of."
Days after the Bhumi Poojan at Ayodhya, KTR struck a secular note and hoped for inter-faith harmony. "We will pray and hope for Ram Rajya where people of all faiths, castes and classes will be respected and treated equally as enshrined in constitution of our great country," KTR commented.