Hyderabad, June 9 (Hydnow): Nalgonda MP N. Uttam Kumar today today slammed TRS Government for disputing the claims of sarpanches over pending bills for various works costing hundreds of crores executed in the past.
“In a meeting held with Sarpanches Association here today, Panchayat Raj Minister Errabelli Dayakar Rao intimidated the Sarpanches and openly disputed their claims over pending bills. Shockingly, the Minister has asked the Sarpanches to furnish evidence of pending bills. All the works are executed in the Gram Panchayats as per the norms, procedures and guidelines set by the State and Central Government. Regrettably, the TRS Govt was asking the sarpanches to furnish proof of pending bills after they got the works executed several months ago,” he said.
Uttam Kumar Reddy was speaking to media persons on the sidelines of a series of meetings which he addressed in different villages and Thandas in the Nalgonda Lok Sabha constituency as part of the Rachabanda/ Rythu Bharosa Yatra which entered its 17th day on Thursday. Uttam Kumar Reddy so far covered 112 villages and one municipality in five Assembly constituencies out of proposed 320 villages and three municipalities to be covered in 45 days as part of the Rythu Bharosa Yatra aimed at enlightening the farmers about the Warangal Declaration unveiled by AICC leader Rahul Gandhi.
The Congress MP alleged that the TRS Govt was frustrated over the failure of the ongoing 5th phase of the ‘Palle Pragathi’ program. “Instead of tendering an apology for the delay in releasing the funds towards pending bills, Minister Dayakar Rao intimidated the Sarpanches to force their participation in the ‘Palle Pragathi’ program,” he said. (Maxim News)
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