Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has directed the authorities to provide free electricity to hairdressing salons, laundries, and dhobi ghats belonging to Rajaka and Nai Brahmin in the state. CM suggested that immediate steps be taken to implement the promise given during the election. He directed that the decision should be applied to the entire state in view of the appeals already made by the Rajaka and Nai Brahmin communities.
CM KCR directed CMVO Secretary Bhupal Reddy to take immediate steps to issue G.O by providing quality electricity up to 250 units per month free to Saloon shops, laundries, and dhobi ghats in all parts of the state. The CM said that the development of the most vulnerable sections was the goal of the state government and many welfare schemes were already being implemented for them.
Due to technological advancement, Rajak’s and Nai Brahmins are using various machines in caste management. From now on, the government will provide free electricity, which will reduce their physical activity and make them financially viable. BC Welfare Principal Secretary Burra Venkatesham on Sunday released G.O on the orders of the CM. In G.O stated that the free power supply would come into effect from the 1st of this month.
The government’s decision will benefit four and a half lakh Rajaka and two and a half lakh Nai Brahmins in the caste system from the village level to the GHMC. Officials estimate that free electricity will cost the government up to Rs 250 crore a year. Owners of hairdressing salons, laundries, and dhobi ghats using up to 250 units of electricity per month in the state from this month will be relieved of the burden of bills. Are Rajakas and Nai Brahmins are happy with the decision of CM KCR?