PM Modi Partial to Telangana, Says Minister KTR
Hyderabad, Jan.21 (Maxim News): IT and Municipal Minister KT Rama Rao today criticized the PM Modi Government in the centre for step motherly attitude towards Telangana state and its development.
The minister hit out that the BJP government failed to implement bifurcation promises. Citing that despite land allocation the Modi government yet to take a call in this regard, he expressed displeasure.
KTR inaugurated a South Central Railway Employees Sangh Division office at Secunderabad along with deputy speaker Padma Rao Goud and others. On the occasion KTR said that we have allotted about 300 acres for the purpose as the coach factory. It needs only 135 acres to start a rail coach factory in Kazipet and the Modi government is still showing same negligence he deplored.
The Minister extended thanks to railway workers for their support to statehood. We have been friendly to the railway workers and will try to address their issues. The minister has offered support the railway workers and address their issues.
The minister accused the BJP government of failing to keep the promises during bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh. We have not got good funds in Central budget, rail budget, no speed rail or bullet rail and no support, he said. Since bullet and speed rails will push development of the states and economy there is a need for their expansion KTR said. KTR attributed it to deliberate attempt to ignore our state by the centre.
KTR said that the state government already given about 300 acres for Kazipet rail coach factory which needs 135 acres. He said that Narendra Modi, who says Sabka Sath – Sabka Vikas, is not keeping that in deeds. He attributed continuing negligence by the centre in this regard to partiality towards us.
KTR expressed wonder as to why the centre did not give coach factory to Telangana which is entitled to get. He said that the Central government has not offered anything for state development post bifurcation. The TRS government and chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is for workers welfare he added. (Maxim News)