Hyderabad, July 19 (Hydnow): BJP MLA Etala Rajender today warned the people of the state that they would suffer if they believed the words of CM KCR. He predicted that their party would form the next.
The government in the state and added that all the villages of the state had decided to defeat the CM. Speaking to media persons at Bhupalapalle, he said that the residents of the flood-hit villages had lost everything and demanded the state government come to their rescue. He said that 27 lakh cusses of the rainwater had caused havoc in the state.
He alleged that the officials of the state government had gone to foreign countries when the floods hit the state and blamed the state government for the losses suffered by the people.
Stating that the areas abutting SRSP reservoir have suffered a lot in the floods, he claimed that the flood-hit victims were not receiving proper support from the state government and its officials. He claimed that CM KCR had escaped from his responsibilities by blaming others for the floods.
Stating that they have urged the central government to extend financial assistance to the state, Etala said that the center would certainly extend its support to the state. He claimed that the CM had made false promises of financial assistance to the victims of the floods.
Stating that KCR considers himself as an engineer, he asked the CM to take up the responsibility for the flooding of the Kaleshwaram lift irrigation project. He mocked that the state government got ₹3080 electricity bill for lifting 139 TMC of water.
He advised the CM to follow the suggestions of an expert engineer and find a permanent solution to the flash floods. (Hydnow)
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