Telangana Hyderabad may dethrone Bengaluru as IT Capital of India

Mohandas Pai, former CEO of Infosys and Chairman of Manipal Global education TV, claimed on wednesday that hyderabad may take over the title of "Information technology Capital of India" and warned the karnataka government about it. Pai blamed the probable change on the 'neglect' of prior karnataka administrations and hoped that the congress government led by Siddaramaiah will put more effort into upgrading the city. He expressed himself on X (previously Twitter).

Several people responded to the businessman's post, claiming that hyderabad is on its way to dethrone Bengaluru as the country's IT capital. Many people have commented on Pai's tweet, praising telangana IT minister KT Rama Rao's role in putting hyderabad in the limelight, even as the city continues to thrive as an IT powerhouse.
A person going by the handle @vigytweets commented on Pai, writing, "If BRS wins definitely.... if congress wins in telangana hyderabad will go to dogs in real estate and IT growth." ktr is responsible for Hyderabad's present growth and planning. The bjp is not running in telangana, thus discussing them is pointless." Another user, @RaviGAk, stated, "In all probability, it is going to happen." Unless the government thinks creatively and responds quickly."
X user @ShivaRa51310785 expressed his desire for a hyderabad in every state, saying, "I wish there is one such hyderabad in every state." This is something to be proud of and celebrate.

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