| Hyderabad |
Updated: October 18, 2020 9:44:52 pm
Andhra Pradesh on Sunday introduced the names of chairpersons for 56 Backward Caste (BC) companies, arrange by the Jagan Mohan Reddy authorities. With 50 per cent reservation to ladies, practically 29 of the companies are going to be led by ladies.
In addition to this, the state authorities additionally appointed 12 administrators for every company, representing all of the 13 districts.
According to the Backward Classes Welfare Department of AP, the state has 49.55 per cent BC inhabitants.
Minister for BC Welfare, C Venugopala Krishna, stated that the state is dedicated to their improvement, and as a step on this course, Chief Jagan arrange the 56 BC companies.
“The Chief Minister firmly believes that BCs are “Backbone Classes” and never Backward Classes. We promised throughout elections that we would offer separate companies for each neighborhood to offer them equal political prominence. After a cautious examine, out of 139 castes, 56 castes with over 30,000 inhabitants had been finalised for the companies, the place funds shall be allotted to them and other people will obtain extra advantages from their very own company,” Krishna stated.
Minister for Municipal Administration Botsa Satyanarayana stated this was a first-of-its-kind initiative taken up by any state within the nation.
Krishna stated the companies will make sure the schemes being carried out by the federal government for backward castes attain the beneficiaries quicker.
Separate GOs had been issued to create the 56 new companies. Corporations for BC castes with over 10 lakh inhabitants are categorized as A class whereas castes with inhabitants of 1 lakh to 10 lakh are B class and people with lower than one lakh inhabitants are C class. The companies will obtain funds in accordance their classification.
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