Hyderabad, Nov.23 (Hydnow): During his campaign for GHMC polls at RK Puram, LB Nagar, Vanasthalipuram and NTR Nagar, with minister Sabitha Indra Reddy, Teegala Krishna Reddy, and local party candidates, Municipal minister and TRS working president, KT Rama Rao today launched a scathing attack on the Modi government for step- motherly altitude towards Telangana on flood relief and other development programs.
Within short time of appeal by Karnataka government Modi government gave Rs 650 cr and prime minister went to Gujrat his state and, offered to give Rs, 500cr he said. Though KCR wrote repeated letters to the centre seeking flood relief, Modi government denied funds he explained.
He sought to know whether we are not human beings and not in India to get similar help from the centre.
He targeted union ministers Prakadh Javadekar and Kishen Reddy in false charges, and promises while Modi government is deliberately denying funds. KTR ridiculed the BJP government for faith g to keep Rs, 15 lakhs to each citizen and asked a person in the gathering whether he got money or not. He hit out at Prakash Javadekar for releasing charge sheet in the city against the TRS government on GHMC polls.
The minister has asked the voters to give the TRS candidates support to ensure development. KTR urged the voters to teach the opposition parties a lesson for trying to create Communal strife. In six years Telangana fave Rs 2.82 lakhs cr taxes to the Centre which in turn gave just Rs 1.40 lakhs cr and denying funds.
This is clearly partisan attitude of the centre towards Telangana and BJP has no right to seek votes, KTR said. He flayed that the BJP leaders are trying to spread by provoking sentiments and communal hatred. It is high time for people to prefer the decisive policies of the TRS or divisive plans of the BJP, KTR said.
KTR said that the BJP is making promises to give Rs, 25000 to flood victims despite stalling Rs 10000 benefit through election Commission he charged. He accused the BJP of spreading hatred for polls and people in the city should support the TRS candidates, win the fray. (Hydnow)