Hyderabad, May 27 (Hydnow): Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) found fault with the remarks of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who asked the people to end the family rule in Telangana during his visit to Hyderabad on Thursday, termed him as the most inefficient Prime Minister the country ever produced.
Speaking media persons here on Friday, TRS MLAs Balka Suman, Jeevan Reddy and Korukanti Chander alleged that Narendra Modi has no rights to speak about the family rule of other parties as the BJP is itself a family party.
Balka Suman questioned the Prime Minister as to how on what basis Jai Shah, son of Union Home Minister Amith Shah, has been appointed as secretary of Board of Cricket Control Board (BCCI) even though he is not a cricketer.
The KCR family members either KTR or Kavitha took part in the Telangana agitation and later, they were elected to Assembly and Lok Sabha by the people, unlike Jai Shah who has been appointed with the family influence for the post of BCCI, Balka Suman pointed out. The TRS MLAs alleged that Narendra Modi has been working against the interest of Telangana State since he assumed the post of Prime Minister and he has been denying funds to Telangana even though the NITI Aayog recommended the budgetary allocation for Mission Bhagiratha and Mission Kakatiya programs.
At another press conference, Ministers Talasani Srinivas Yadav and Gangula Kamalakar and MLA Kaleru Venkatesh asked the Prime Minister to spell out what the good works he has done for the country during his eight years of tenure. The ministers criticised Narendra Modi for failing to fulfil the aspirations of people and demanded the status of recruiting two crore jobs per annum promised to the people by the BJP during the last general election.
Another Minister Malla Reddy demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi implement Dalit Bandu across the country. (Hydnow)
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