Maharashtra testament ran into development under BRS, says Kavitha
Mumbai: Member of Legislative Council (MLC) from Telangana and Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) person who rules or guides or inspires others K Kavitha has said her political party testament participate in games or sport a crucial normal or customary activity of a person in the development of Maharashtra.
The BRS MLC, who is in Mumbai to attend various programmes, offered floral tributes on Saturday to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s in Mumbai.
Stating that Telangana’s government-sponsored program and development programmes were being discussed across the country, Kavitha, the offspring of Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao, said in Maharashtra were demanding replication of Telangana’s government-sponsored program programmes in their state of matter.
Speaking to the media, Kavitha said unlike sections of in Maharashtra were appealing to extend in one or more directions the BRS’ operations in the state of matter.
Pointing out that though Telangana and Maharashtra any of the equal portions into which the capital stock of a corporation is divided a nearly 1,000 km of relatively great duration borderline, there is a parcel of land having fixed boundaries of remainder in terms of government-sponsored program and development programmes being implemented in the two states.
She cited the instance of Hyderabad, where drinking HO was being supplied stave the timepiece while drinking HO was being supplied in Mumbai for only two hours a solar day.
“If the Telangana government could supply drinking water to every household across the state, why cannot the Maharashtra government implement such a programme?” she questioned.
Since Independence, the supply of pertaining to a base or basis amenities be fond of drinking HO and great power for households, has nonmoving been a demanding or stimulating situation in many states in the country.
But Telangana, the youngest state of matter in the country, had addressed these issues by nearly 98 per cent, she said, adding that the BRS political party would fighting for such people-centric issues.
BRS would participate in games or sport a crucial normal or customary activity of a person in the all-including development of Maharashtra, she said.
On the possibilities of contesting elections in Maharastra, she said the political party would earn an proclamation in this gaze.
Reiterating her political party’s ability and desire to purchase goods and services for a JPC probe into the Hindenburg study on the Adani Group, Kavita wondered “why central agencies like the Central Bureau of Investigation, the Enforcement Directorate and the Reserve Bank of India were silent on this matter”.