TDP launches ‘Kalalaku Rekkalu’ scheme for girls’ education


Amravati:Andhra Pradesh's Telugu Desam Party (TDP) on Wednesday launched a website to enable women wishing to enroll in professional courses to enroll for a scheme, which the party will launch when it is in power in alliance with the BJP and the Jana Sena. She promises to start after she arrives.
TDP supremo and former Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu launched the website of the scheme named 'Kalalaku Rekkalu' (Wings to Dreams).
During the program organized at his residence, some women registered their names for the scheme.
Under the scheme, the TDP-JSP-BJP government will pay interest on loans taken by women to pursue professional courses and the government will act as their loan guarantor.
Women who have completed 12th class can register for the scheme. After registration, a certificate is generated which can be shown to the bank to avail the loan.
The TDP chief called it an investment in the future of the state and women.
He said, “We have launched another innovative scheme named 'Kalalaku Rekkalu'. I have always said that dare to dream and strive to achieve it. Recognizing the strength of women, today we are launching a new scheme. Have been.”
He claimed that it was the TDP which introduced 33 per cent reservation in educational institutions and employment opportunities for women for the first time in the country.
The TDP chief said his party and its alliance partners have promised 22 new schemes. Under the superpower alone, it promised five schemes for women.
“We have launched Thalaki Vandhanam, under which we will give Rs 15,000 every year to every school going child without any conditions. Through the DIPAM scheme, we will provide 3 gas cylinders free every year. Free travel in RTC buses to women. Women in the age group of 18 to 59 years will get Rs 1,500 every month. We have also made a scheme to provide safe drinking water through tap system to every household,” he said, adding that these schemes will empower women. .
Chandrababu Naidu recalled how he promoted the information technology sector in Hyderabad and established leading educational institutions while he was the Chief Minister of united Andhra Pradesh.
He said, “Some people didn't believe there would be opportunities if they studied information technology 20 years ago. To give them jobs, I founded Hitech City. That was the beginning.”
Chandrababu Naidu said that 'Kalalaku Rekkalu' is not limited to one sector. This will be helpful in higher education, skill development and capacity building for women.

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