Implement promises or become disrepute CM: Gudur warns KCR
Hyderabad, July 29 (Maxim News): Bharatiya Janata Party state senior leader Gudur Narayana Reddy on Friday demanded Chief Minister K Chadrasekhara Rao to implement the promises he has made to the people or he would be considered as disrepute by the people of the state.
In a media statement, he said that the Chief Minister has neglected the ruling in the state after coming to power for the second time. “KCR became arrogant after coming to power for the second time and forgotten all the promises he has made to the people,” he said.
He said that about 13.70 lakh applications for Aasara pensions were put in pending in the state in the past three years. He said that though the TRS promised that it would reduce the age to get old age pension to 57, it was not accepting the applications.
Similarly the government has put 41.60 lakh applications in pending in the past three years, including applications for pensions. The reason is that the government did not have money to implement the scheme.
Surprisingly the applications which do not need money were also kept in pending, he alleged. This shows the government’s apathy towards solving the issues of the people.
He said that the Chief Minister did not keep the promise to give Rs 3,016 to each unemployed in the state. He said that the government owes about Rs 1.29 lakh to each unemployed in the past 43 months to 26 lakh unemployed.
He said that apart from pensions, unemployment allowance, promises like providing 3 acres of land to each Dalit family, 2BHK houses to the poor, one job to each family and irrigation facility to one core acres were not kept by Chief Minister Chandrasekhara Rao.
He said that even though the government has built more than one lakh 2BHK houses it did not allot them to the beneficiaries. Many 2BHK houses are dilapidating as there was no maintenance.
The BJP leader said that the CM has made so many promises which he could not keep and cheated the people. “Why the CM made ‘n number’ of promises though he knew very well that there is no money to fund them? While boasting himself as the most competent ruler in the country, why the CM failed to keep the promises?” he questioned.
He said that the CM has made it a habit to make promises and forget them. The promises are implemented only when elections takes place. People have started to believe that an election should come for the implementation of promises in the respective Assembly or Parliamentary Constituencies.
“The promises made by the Chief Minister have become election stunts as none of them, except Rythu Bandhu, have been implemented properly. With the mismanagement of financial affairs of the state the CM made the state a bankrupt one,” Narayana Reddy charged.
He said that due to financial mismanagement the government was not in position to give salaries to the government employees on first of every month, pay the dues to the contractors, hospitals, fee reimbursement scheme dues, strengthening the infrastructure in government schools and others. “Even the bills of Mid Day Meal were not paid on time,” he poked.
Narayana Reddy made it clear that by failing to implement the promises being made in the past Chief Minister Chandrasekhara Rao would become a disrepute CM in the eyes of the people of the state. (Maxim News)
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