Chandrababu Drama To Get Alliance With BJP: Harish Rao

Hyderabad, Dec 22 (maxim news): Minister for Medical, Health and Family Welfare and Finance T. Harish Rao accused the TDP Chief N.Chandrababu Naidu who served as the longest Chief Minister in the combined Andhra Pradesh State and also Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh after the division of state between Telangana and Andhra Pradesh saying that Chandrababu Naidu who has a long alliance with BJP is doing dramas to get an alliance with BJP in Telangana.

Speaking to press persons along with other ministers, Puvvada Ajay, Srinivas Goud, Kopula Eashwar, and MLC MS Prabhakar, today, Harish Rao alleged that during the regime of TDP, there were farmers’ suicides, he has no right to talk about farmers? He accused youths of being shot dead in the name of Maoists and criticized that the state was looted during Chandrababu’s rule.

He commented that Chandrababu saying that he has provided safe water without fluorosis is a big joke. He claimed that Telangana stands first in any field, and other states are copying the welfare schemes introduced by them. He alleged that the Telangana government is trying to set up Kallas (to obtain the right to retain tax, rent, etc.), and the center is asking them to refund Rs. 150 crores. The BJP government has given permission to set up kallas for fish, so why not for the crops? he asked, why there is discrimination. He accused the BJP of bringing new laws for farmers and killing 750 people. He said that the Center is causing damage to the farmers of Telangana and the interests of the state.

He called upon the party ranks to hold dharnas under the leadership of the BRS party in all districts tomorrow. He alleged that the Center is obstructing the employment guarantee scheme. He alleged that the employment guarantee workers are not being paid properly and so far more than Rs. 50 thousand crores of wages are pending. (Maxim News)

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