Telangana signs ‘Sister State partnership’ with New Jersey

On Wednesday, a Sister State Partnership’ agreement was signed between Telangana and New Jersey by TS Chief secretary SK Joshi and New Jersey State Governor Phil Murphy. KTR and MAUD administration was also present in the ceremony.

The news has been shared by KTR on his Twitter. He wrote “Happy to announce that the states of Telangana and New Jersey have signed a Sister State Partnership agreement in Hyderabad today. The agreement was signed by Chief Secretary SK Joshi and New Jersey State Governor Phil Murphy #NJIndiaMission”.

After signing ceremony, KTR also gave a broader picture of its benefits like – cooperation in economic development fields like IT, Pharma and Life Science, BioTeach, Fintech, Media, Data Centres, Clean Energy, Higher Education, Tourism, Culture and Healthcare services.

Also, the New Jersey governor Phil Murphy made an agreement with Telugu Film Producers Guild and he tweeted, “Proud to pitch New Jersey to Tollywood and sign an MoU with active Telugu film producers Guild. With our premier location, film tax credit and vibrant Indian community, the Garden State is an ideal partner for Telugu film industry”.

Phil also said that from the past two days, the New Jersey team was having discussions with trade and commerce and industrial bodies. He assured that both states would cooperate with each other in education, trade and commerce. Later, KTR has some light-hearted moments with Governor Phil Murphy and it is indeed, a proud moment as Telangana is growing faster.