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    Animal Husbandry Minister Talasani Srinivas Yadav criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday for spreading misinformation about the State government not cooperating with the Central government in terms of development. Speaking at an Aathmmeya Sammelanam in Amberpet, Yadav challenged leaders from both the BJP and Congress parties to take action for the development of the State.

    Yadav demanded that Kishan Reddy list out the development works he carried out in Amberpet constituency during his 15 years as well as his time as a Union Minister now. Praising Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, Yadav said that there is no leader in the country who can compete with him on par with development.

    He further questioned whether BJP leaders have the courage to bring funds from Delhi without criticizing the state government. Yadav alleged that the BJP seeks political benefits in the name of religion and caste. He also alleged that Kishan Reddy became the Union Minister because he represented Amberpet earlier.

    Yadav’s comments reflect his frustration with the criticism leveled against the State government by the Central government. He believes that the State government is doing its best to promote development and that the Central government should work with them rather than criticizing them.

    Overall, Yadav’s speech highlights the political tension between the State and Central governments and underscores the need for cooperation and collaboration between them for the benefit of the people.

    Rajesh M
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