Raja Singh Ready to Resign

Hyderabad, Aug.2 (Maxim News): The by-election for the Huzurabad assembly seat is creating a lot of curiosity in Telangana. With the resignation of Etela Rajender, the state government is allocating most of the funds for development works in Huzurabad in order to win back the constituency. The KCR government has also locked a date to roll out the ‘Dalit Bandhu’ scheme as a pilot project.

With the highest priority being given to the Huzurabad constituency, the pressure is increasing for the MLAs in other constituencies to resign in the remaining constituencies as well.

Telangana BJP MLA T. Raja Singh today urged the chief minister KCR to announce a financial package for the development of his Goshamahal Assembly Constituency and added that he was ready to resign from his post to get the package for his constituency.

Speaking to media persons , he alleged that the CM KCR would think about the SCs, STs, BCs and minorities of the state whenever there is an election in the state and added that the CM had announced different packages to win elections in Huzurabad Assembly seat.

Citing that several people of the state are demanding the MLAs of the state to resign from their posts to get the financial packages, he urged the CM to announce a good package for the SCs, STs, BCs and minorities of his constituency in order to allow him to resign from his post.

It is to mention here that under CM K Chandrashekhar Rao chairmanship an all-party meeting was held at Pragathi Bhavan on 27th Jun 2021 to finalise guidelines for the CM Dalit Empowerment Programme with representatives of Dalits for a marathon 11 hours. In this meeting, several MPs, MLAs, MLCs, intellectuals, senior leaders from various political parties have participated.

In the all-party meeting Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao took a unanimous decision to provide financial assistance of Rs 10 lakh per unit (family as a unit) under the Chief Minister’s Dalit Empowerment scheme.

In the first phase, the scheme will be launched with an initial budget of Rs 1,200 crore benefiting a total 11,900 poorest Dalit families covering 100 families each from all the 119 Assembly constituencies in the State.

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