Bandi has no right to occupy padayatra: Harish Rao
Hyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi leader and also State Finance Minister T Harish Rao on Thursday doubted with what encounter the BJP Telangana president Bandi Sanjay Kumar would certainly occupy padayatra versus the government in the State.
Speaking to media individuals after participating in a couple of developing operate in Narmetta town of Nangunuru mandal on Thursday, Harish claimed Bandi Sanjay does not have any type of right to take on padayatra as his celebration’s government at the Centre led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was ruining the lives of individuals with its unbalanced plans.
“Mention a few good things done by the Modi government for the development of Telangana Despite pleading repeatedly by the TRS government, Narendra Modi was evincing no interest in raising reservation for Schedule Castes and Scheduled Tribes, not purchasing the paddy produced by Telangana farmers and not releasing job notifications. It is also imposing additional burden on the common man with daily hike in fuel and cooking gas prices. Farmers are now not in a position to purchase fertilizers due to high prices,” claimedHarish Rao
Alleging that the Narendra Modi government’s payment to Telangana was zero, Harish required Bandi Sanjay to define what the Centre had actually done to Telangana in the last 8 years. He likewise criticised Union Minister Kishan Reddy for preserving silence over the decrease of functioning days by the Centre under the work warranty system functions under the Telangana allocation and also required that the Union Minister take a campaign of enhancing the allocation of functioning days.
Harish claimed that if Bandi Sanjay does not address these concerns, individuals of the State would certainly not permit him to occupy padayatra. He hired individuals to make a decision which side they got on.
“The BJP leaders are the ones who increase prices. The TRS leaders distribute the resources to people. Decide who you want to support. Take up discussion in the villages,” claimed Harish Rao.