Errabelli Dayakar Rao: Modi Has Deceived People

Hyderabad, Jan.10 (Maxim News): Panchayat Raj Minister, Errabelli Dayakar Rao today lambasted that the BJP top brass has deceived people.

Without naming the minister hit out that Prime Minister Narendra Modi for dumping people by not keeping the promises like giving Rs 15 lakh per head by getting back black money stashed away in abroad.

He ridiculed the BJP president by seeking to know whether he gave Bandis and Rs 25000 to each of victims during floods in Hyderabad. At a thanks giving program in Meerpet division in the city here, the ministry accused the BJP leaders of cheating tactics. They BJP leaders are noted for duping people he fumed.

The minister ridiculed the BJP president Bandi Sanjay for his false claims, and promises. He asked whether black money turned white for not giving Rs 15 lakh into the bank accounts of every citizen. So the BJP government adopts dual standards, and cheating tactics, he fumed.

During floods in Hyderabad, Sanjay repeatedly promised to give Bandis (two wheelers) and money if the BJP voted to power in GHMC polls. The BJP national leaders and the centre make contradictory statements on Telangana Government, he charged. While Modi and his cabinet ministers praise our welfare and development programs, the BJP leaders raise accusing fingers at our government, he wondered.

Modi government ignored Niti Ayog recommendations to give Rs 24000 crore for our Mission Bhagiratha, he fumed. The centre is not giving us funds and offering the same to Gujrat and Uttar Pradesh he charged. Modi government is known for dumping Telangana state and BJP playing false politics, the minister alleged. This attitude is against federal system of democracy he said.

He promised that he will be available for Meerpet division people to address their problems. Dayakar Rao asked the local corporators and the TRS leaders to meet him fix their issues. (Maxim News)

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