Hyderabad, Aug.2 (Hydnow): BJP state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar today lashed out at the chief minister K Chandrashekhar Rao and said that the CM had carried out sub-standard works at Yadadri Laxmi Narasimha swami temple.
Speaking on the occasion he alleged that the authorities of the state government were feeding worms-filled rice to the students and asked the CM if his grandson would eat the same rice. He asked the CM what he did during his Delhi visit.
He alleged that the CM had not fulfilled even a single promise after making 100 promises to the people of vasalamarri village of the state like 3 acres of land to the Dalits of the state, unemployment wages, and crop loan waiver.
He claimed that the CM had announced the weavers’ insurance scheme after finding out the organization of their public meeting at Yadadri. He claimed that 2000 weavers died due to the inefficient rule of CM KCR.
He demanded the CM extend weavers’ insurance scheme benefits to all the weavers, who lost their lives. He alleged that the CM was cheating all sections of society including SC, ST, and BCs of the state.
He said that he was undertaking the third phase of his Yatra to create awareness among the people about the diversion of the central government funds by the state government. (Hydnow)
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