Modi Gains People’s Faith By Resolving Long Pending Issues: Laxman

Laxman Slams KCR On Loans Development

Hyderabad, Nov.13 (Maxim News): State BJP president Dr K. Laxman on Wednesday asserted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi gained people’s faith and successfully resolved long pending in the country.

In a informal chat with mediapersons at the State party headquarters, along with party leaders Sudhakara Sharma and N.V Subhash, Laxman said Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao’s graph was shrinking after he retained power. While Modi’s graph was growing due to successful decisions on Abrogation of Article 370, Triple Talaaq and resolution of decades old Ram Mandir issue, KCR’s graph was declining after his return to power due to his style of functioning and erratic policies, especially on tackling the ongoing RTC crew strike.

The BJP leader also said there was no discussion in the party on the proposal of Hyderabad as second capital. There are no plans to make Hyderabad into a Union Territory, he said, adding they were all rumors. He also said his party was ready to face municipal polls and would contest in all seats. He also said the Central government schemes will have big impact on municipal polls. He also alleged that KCR’s much trumpeted rythu bandu scheme was not reaching the farmers, but the Prime Minister’s Kisan Samman Yojana was reaching the public.

He also blamed the State government for its involvement in the RTC losses. He said all the projects taken up in the first term of KCR went smooth but in the second term all the schemes utterly failed. He sarcastically said Telangana State was under cold storage due to erratic financial decisions of the government. Debts, viral fevers and suicides increased under the present regime, he said, adding his party’s struggle will continue against KCR rule. He exuded confidence that the BJP would fare well in the Municipal elections. The BJP was not against privatization. But privatization should benefit the company, but not individuals, he added. He said they would lodge a complaint with the IOC on the setting up of petrol bunks in RTC areas. (Maxim News)

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