FM Harish Rao Lashes Out At PM Modi

Hyderabad, March 5 (Maxim News): Finance Minister T Harish Rao today lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for not keeping promises related to bifurcation. While through Kaleshwaram KCR Government pushed irrigation to one crore acres, Modi rule denied projects and funds besides reducing devolution of tax funds by about Rs 3000 cr, he said.

He was addressing a program at Shamshabad for the upcoming Graduate MLC polls scheduled to be held on March 14. He appealed to the gathering and the educated people and employees to support the TRS candidate Surabhi Vani Devi for the polls. Taking a jibe at the Modi regime the minister alleged that the saffron leaders are duping the people of Telangana.

He hit out at the BJP government in the centre and has deliberately ignored our pleas for various projects. Harish Rao took serious exception to the fact that the BJP regime has denied ITIR and some other projects to both Telangana and Karnataka and others. This is to deny the claim to the UPA led Congress regime offered during its rule, he pointed out.

He admonished the BJP leaders of the state on their rhetoric on ITIR and other projects and land allocation for coach factory.

IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao has submitted the detailed project reports (DPRs) for the same he said.

Also the Centre ignored the repeated missives shot by our chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao in this regard.

Though we offered 1.33 lakh jobs as promised and in the process of filling up another 50000 soon, the opposition parties are making a blitzkrieg, the minister objected.

FM Harish Rao Lashes Out At PM Modi
FM Harish Rao Lashes Out At PM Modi

However, he sought to know what stopped the Modi rule from giving 12 crore jobs as promised besides offering Rs 15 lakhs of black money to the accounts of people. (Maxim News)

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