CM Revanth: “We support good private educational institutions”


Rama Krishna Sangem

Telangana Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has come out in support of good private educational institutions as government alone cannot take up all responsibilities.  He was speaking at a meeting held at Dr BR Ambedkar Educational Institutions in Bagh Lingampally in Hyderabad on December 22, Friday.  The occasion was also to mark the ninth death anniversary of late G Venkata Swamy, former union minister and founder of the institutions.

Flanked by late Venkata Swamy’s sons and Congress MLAs Vinod and Vivek Venkata Swamy and other functionaries of the institutions, the CM paid his tributes to Kaka, as Venkata Swamy was popular, saying the late leader signified the importance of self-discipline and hard work of an individual to rise in ranks of a political party or for that matter, in any chosen field.

“Dream big, set goals and work hard passionately for realizing them, you will definitely achieve them,” said Revanth in his advice to the students and alumni of the institutions. Transport minister Ponnam Prabhakar, IT and industries minister D Sridhar Babu and several other MLAs too were present on the occasion. BR Ambedkar  colleges correspondent Saroja welcomed the CM and made a presentation on the journey of the institutions started in 1973.

As CM Revanth Reddy holds the education portfolio and there hasn’t been any review on the department by him in the last two weeks, this is the first occasion to know his mind on the subject of education. Even at the meeting which is held to celebrate the 50 years of BR Ambedkar group, the CM hasn’t spoken much on his policies on education. However, his brief  remarks on backing good private institutions gives us a hint of it.


Vivek: “My dad never compromised”

Speaking on the occasion, Vivek Venkata Swamy, MLA from Chennur, said he always tried to follow the foot steps of his late father Kaka. “My dad never compromised on any thing which he believed in. We too are following that path by not bowing  heads to any one or any thing. That’s why I opposed KCR and fought against him for the last five years,” said Vivek. Vinod too spoke on the same lines and introduced the CM to the gathering.



Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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