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    Aasara Pensions: What is the Controversy Surrounding Pension Schemes in Congress-ruled States? K. Vasudeva Reddy Raises Questions

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    Hyderabad: Dr. K. Vasudevar Reddy, Chairman of the Telangana State Handicapped Corporation, has joined the Congress party in protest against the leadership. Although it is not clear if this move will be successful, there are indications that the Congress party is eager to regain power. Chief Minister KCR has confidently stated that the BJP party will not win in the upcoming elections.

    In the Congress party’s manifesto for the 2018 elections, they promised to waive off loans worth Rs. 2 lakhs for farmers and provide pensions. However, Vasudevar Reddy noticed that the people did not trust the party anymore. The Telangana government had already implemented a pension of Rs. 4,000 for the disabled, which was announced by Chief Minister KCR himself. It is necessary for him to conduct a thorough investigation into how many pensions are being provided in states like Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, and Karnataka where the Congress is in power.

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    Chief Minister KCR has already announced that he will provide a monthly pension of Rs. 4,000 for the disabled. This announcement was made earlier and was also highlighted by KCR.

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