Telangana Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao directed his party’s MPs to speak out in both houses of Parliament to strongly oppose the central government’s partisan attitude towards the state.
A meeting of the TRS Parliamentary Party, chaired by the chief, was held in Pragati Bhavan today before the start of parliamentary sessions. The party’s Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha MPs attended the meeting. The KCR provides direction on the strategy to be followed in Parliament meetings.
The minister said that they must stop the unreasonable attitude of the BJP, trampling on their rights, including promises to split the state, coordinate with opposition MPs.
The prime minister said that due to anti-people policies implemented by the central government, the country’s development has stalled in all areas. “It is necessary to fight against the BJP government at the Center,” he said, directing MPs to make both Houses of Parliament the right platform for that.
KCR said: “The Modi government has never encouraged Telangana, which is developing with economic discipline, but is conspiring to hinder development.
The Prime Minister explained to MPs that Telangana has a record of zero repayments or defaults in the eight years of the state’s existence. “It is very sad to see that Prime Minister Modi has turned a blind eye to Telangana, which is progressing against the regime, and wants to suppress Telangana economically in the name of rules,” KCR said.
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“The BJP should clarify how the decisions of the Center against Telangana reached the BJP social media teams,” he said.
KCR added that it is a criminal act to intentionally leak information related to the financial affairs of the country and states, and propagate bad propaganda against the Telangana government.
KCR said that any development achieved in the country, it contributes to the GDP of the country. Only eight states contribute a large portion of the country’s GDP, and Telangana is one of them, he said.
“How much went from Telangana to Central in eight years? How much money did it take to get to Telangana from Central? ” he asks.
“If we look at the figures, even ordinary people will understand the injustice of the central government towards Telangana.”
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