No Govt Will Form At Centre Without The BRS Support: KTR
Hyderabad, Aug (Maxim News): Son of the Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, Working President of the ruling BRS party and Minister, K. Tarak Rama Rao said that there will be coalition government will be formed at the center and his opinion is that there will be no government formed without BRS support.
KTR along with Minister Jagadish Reddy participated in laying the foundation stone ceremony for the development of Pochampally Handloom Park and also addressed the handicraft week held at the Balaji function hall.
KTR alleged that the Central government has canceled the All India Handloom Board, All India Power Loom Board, and All India Handicraft Board, additionally, the work shed program initiated by the Housing department has also been canceled. KTR criticized the Modi government for making these decisions without considering their impact.
he referred to Prime Minister Modi as a misguided leader who imposed a 5 percent GST on handloom products. He mentioned that numerous letters were written during previous elections, demanding the removal of GST. He also reminded that Chief Minister KCR had personally requested Modi to address this issue during their meeting in Chandur (Maxim News)
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