Karimnagar/Hyderabad, June 6 (Hydnow): Madiga Reservation Porata Samithi (MRPS) Founder President Manda Krishna Madiga alleged that the Dalit Bandhu scheme which was announced by the Chief Minister K.Chandrasekhar Rao has large-scale corruption, while the Rythu Bandu scheme is only for the rich farmers, These schemes are being misused in the name of Dalits.
In a press meeting held in Karimnagar, today, Manda Krishna Madiga said that KCR has been in power for 9 years, but many of the promises made in the elections have not been fulfilled and the KCR has no moral right to celebrate the decade celebrations He said that the Chief Minister’s warning to MLAs about corruption in schemes shows the seriousness of corruption.
KCR who had promised to support the orphans was criticized for not fulfilling that promise. He said that he forgot to say that he would start a residential school along with a gurukul for them in Yadagirigutta. He said that the government, which cannot provide rice to the orphans, is celebrating with hundreds of crores.
He said that since June 23 will be 8 years since the promises made by the KCR to the orphans, protests will be carried out across the state. He criticized the government for neglecting the orphans as they do not have parents to vote for them. (Hydnow)
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