Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy Criticizes Prime Minister Modi and Telangana Government
In a meeting held in Warangal, Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Telangana government for spreading false propaganda. She questioned where the promised university recruitment bill is and demanded answers from the government. She expressed the concerns of the people and questioned if Telangana is being portrayed negatively despite its progress.
Reddy accused Modi of having a bias against Telangana and emphasized that Telangana is a separate state that takes care of the nation. She mentioned the incident where the prime minister insulted the mother of a parliamentarian and said that the people of Telangana have lost faith in him. The minister also questioned why the important projects are being given to Gujarat, while Telangana receives only ordinary projects. She criticized the prime minister’s animosity towards Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao and stated that Telangana people love him more than they dislike the prime minister.
Reddy also brought up the issue of the Rail Coach Factory in Kazipet, claiming that it was shifted to Gujarat with an investment of Rs 200 crore. She raised questions about whether Modi is genuinely concerned about the country or just Gujarat. The minister accused the BJP government of canceling the approved ITIR project in Ranga Reddy district. She stated that if the central government welcomes the Telangana programs, then Modi should not fear anything. She further added that since BJP came to power, Telangana has not received a single university, despite approving seven universities in other states.
Reddy concluded by saying that if IITs approve 16 projects, Telangana should at least receive one. She urged the government to fulfill the promises made to Telangana and not neglect the state.