BJP govt hatching conspiracy to stop welfare schemes in Telangana: Kavitha
Nizamabad, September 7: Addressing a gathering after distributing new Aasara pension cards to beneficiaries here on Wednesday, TRS MLC K Kavitha accused Modi government of hatching conspiracy to stop welfare schemes in Telangana. “Why BJP ruled states are not distributing pensions like Telangana,” she asked and alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had benefitted Rs 10 lakh crore to his friends.
The MLC flayed Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for expressing anger over the Kamareddy District Collector for not displaying PM’s photo at a ration shop. “In the history of independent India, was PM’s photo was kept at fair price shops,” she questioned.
Kavitha made an appeal to youth not to believe WhatsApp messages received on their mobiles against the KCR government. “People of Telangana will teach a befitting lesson at an appropriate time,” she mentioned. TRS MLA from Nizamabad Urban Bigala Ganesh Gupta and other TRS leaders were present.
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