Minister KTR Lashes Out At PM Modi

Hyderabad, March 5 (Maxim News): IT Minister KT Rama Rao today lashed out at  Prime Minister Narendra Modi for lack of commitment for not taking necessary action for make in India and Arma Nirbhar Bharath besides failing to keep bifurcation promises.

He asked the Modi regime as to why it failed to give a bullet rail project to Hyderabad city which is developing in multiple fields. Besides not giving a bullet rail project, the BJP government did not give us a ITIR or any industrial park so far, he expressed concern.

Participating tin an annual meeting of CII in Begumpet here KTR has ridiculed the BJP government for not reducing import duties and talking loud on Arma Nirbhar Bharat and make in India programs.

How can the Modi government in Delhi asks for such programs to flourish without making necessary arrangements, he thundered. The minister hit out that the BJP government in the centre is adopting double standards on Atma Nirbhar Bharat and make in India programs.

He accused the Centre of lacking a federal spirit to support the progressive states like Telangana as it not extending support for development since statehood.

KTR criticized the BJP leaders for failing to exert pressure on the centre for funds, coach factory, steel plant and ITIR and bifurcation promises. Hyderabad is fast developing with IT which raised its exports cap to Rs 1.40 lakh Cr, and became a medical hub of the country while Start up hub for innovations by young entrepreneurs he claimed. Despite our appeals for steel factory,, Bayyaram steel plant the Centre is ignoring Telangana state development he deplored.

Minister KTR Lashes Out At PM Modi
Minister KTR Lashes Out At PM Modi

The KCR government is for welfare of the farmers while the Modi government came up with three laws on which the farmers are still continuing protests. The centre denied to offer its defense land for roads in cantonment area he said. (Maxim News)

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