Though India’s foreign affairs is that the exclusive domain of the Union government, the state of Telangana is mulling the thought of getting its own “foreign minister” albeit with a special title.
The portfolio altogether chance can visit the rising star of state politics, Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao’s son K. Taraka Rama Rao (KTR).
Taking a cue from another southern state, Kerala, the Telangana government has finalised its plans to possess a full-fledged separate ministry to push itself abroad as a beautiful destination for foreign investments and to wear down the affairs of the Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) or migrants from the state.
The government goes to return out with its NRI policy in a very few days and also the announcement of this new ministry are going to be the highlight, a politician within the apprehend of the choice aforesaid.
Confirming the event, Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) Member of Parliament B. Narsaiah Goud aforesaid, “it has been a protracted unfinished demand of the NRIs from Telangana to make a separate ministry to wear down their issues and additionally to push the brand of Telangana”.
He aforesaid the projected ministry can promote Telangana collectively of the foremost industrial states within the country and best suited to the foreign investment, he said.
“KTR is that the most fitted to handle this responsibility as he had already been promoting the state in his foreign tours with success,” he said.
If it becomes a reality this may provide more boost to the profile of KTR WHO was already handling many alternative major portfolios within the authorities together with the foremost happening info Technology and Municipal Administration and Urban Development Ministries.
The proposal of making a far off ministry within the state was finalised by the official once learning the NRI affairs’ ministries of Kerala and Punjab, that have sizeable diasporas in Gulf and also the western countries severally.
Telangana, specially Hyderabad additionally includes very important variety of its diaspora operating in Asian nation, the United Arab Emirates and alternative Gulf countries, further United States as well.