Prashant Reddy Slams BJP Sanjay For Jibe On KCR Govt

Hyderabad, Dec.28 (Maxim News): Minister V Prashanth Reddy today slammed the BJP state president and MP Bandi Sanjay for his charges against the TRS Government and Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.

Participating in some development programs in Kamareddy district the minister claimed that KCR government is known for several welfare programs. Unlike any other states, only Telangana has been implementing many welfare schemes and spending about Rs 45000 crore, the minister claimed. The Chief Minister has released Rs 7515 crore for implementing Rythu Bndhu scheme to offer Rs 5000 per acre which began on Monday, he informed.

This is the great scheme in the country as no other state dares to do so, Prashanth Reddy said. KCR gets credit for Kalyana Lakshmi, Shadi Mubarak, Pensions, KCR Kits, rythu bandhu, rythu bhima, irrigation projects, education, foreign studies help and others the minister explained.

The Centre and its ministers have appreciated our schemes and credit goes to KCR Government for the same, he said. He threw a challenge to the BJP leader to show any such welfare schemes in BJP ruled states in India.

The minister expressed wonder as to why any BJP ruling states in India are not implementing similar schemes. The BJP leadership is criticizing that the state government failed to keep promises and was involved in corruption and irregularities through various schemes and projects. The BJP leader failed to bring funds from the Centre for either Hyderabad flood victims or roads development and those works in his Karimnagar segment, the minister fumed.

The Centre and the BJP leadership are creating panic and confusion through new farm laws while the farmers are protesting in Delhi for about one month, he bemoaned.

The BJP Government in the Centre should cancel the farm laws and protect the farmers’ interests, he suggested. Our government is committed for farmers welfare and poor class and implements schemes for the purpose, he added. (Maxim News)

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