Uttam Kumar Reddy Slams BJP Govt

· Day-6 of Rachabanda: Uttam addresses meetings in 8-gram panchayats in Suryapet Dist

Hyderabad/Nalgonda, May 26 (Maxim News): Nalgonda MP N. Uttam Kumar Reddy slammed BJP Govt at the Centre and said TRS Govt in Telangana of neglecting over 55 lakh workers registered with the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) in the State.

He said by reducing the man-days from 16 crores last year to 10 crores in the current financial year, the BJP Govt was depriving an honourable livelihood to the lakhs of rural poor. On the other hand, the TRS Govt made no efforts to link the NREGS with agriculture which could have improved the lives of MGNREGS workers.

He said that the Warangal Declaration, unveiled by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on May 6, promises to link the NREGS with agriculture besides extending financial assistance Rs. 12,000 landless poor registered with the MGNREGS.

Uttam Kumar Reddy was addressing a series of meetings in Lakaram, Srinivasapuram, Amaravaram, Anjali Puram, Lingagiri, Sarvaram and Seetharampuram Gram Panchayats in the Suryapet district as part of Rachabanda/Rythu Bharosa Yatra in Suryapet district on Thursday.

Uttam Kumar Reddy Slams BJP Govt
Uttam Kumar Reddy Slams BJP Govt

He pointed out that the BJP Govt has reduced the budgetary allocation for MGNREGS by 25.2%. As against Rs. 98,000 Crore allocated under the revised budget for 2021-22, this year the allocation has been reduced to Rs. 73,000 crore. He said this reduction harmed the rural poor, especially in the Telangana State.

Consequently, the number of man-days has been reduced from 16 crores to 10 crores impacting the livelihood of Telangana labourers. Further, he said that the Modi Govt has stopped funding for various works such as school compound walls, plantations, digging trenches for water, etc., Consequently, about 55.52 lakh job cardholders in Telangana were not finding adequate work. (Maxim News)

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