TRS, BJP governments did injustice to Telangana, says state | Hyderabad News

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HYDERABAD: The Congress has charged TRS and BJP governments respectively of doing injustice to Telangana depriving unemployed youth of lakhs of jobs and pushing the state into a huge debt trap.
Giving direction to the party leaders and members of frontal organisations to work for the victory of party candidates in the ensuing graduate MLC polls, Telangana Congress president N Uttam Kumar Reddy on Monday said both TRS and BJP have turned Telangana into a ‘crisis state’ for their political gains respectively.
The TRS government’s non-judicious spending of public money has pushed Telangana into a huge debt trap with the state now having debts of up to Rs 3.5 lakh crore. “On an average, TRS government has borrowed loans of Rs. 50,000 crore every year at high interest rates. This money was spent on projects that could fetch commission and kickbacks for TRS leaders,” he alleged adding that the future generations of Telangana would be forced to repay these loans and high interest for the next two decades.
The BJP govt at the Centre has aggravated the situation by not releasing adequate funds for Telangana. The neglect of BJP government and financial recklessness of TRS Govt has turned Telangana into a bankrupt state, Uttam alleged.
The TPCC chief asked the party leaders and workers to sensitise and enlighten the people about the damage caused by TRS and BJP to Telangana. He said that the situation could be changed only if Congress comes to power in Telangana. The victory of Congress in both the MLC Graduates constituencies and Nagarjunasagar by-elections would force TRS and BJP governments to mend their approach towards the people of Telangana.
The TPCC Chief said that the TRS and BJP Govts also conspired to deprive Telangana youth of job opportunities. They stopped every project that could generate a large number of jobs. The Information Technology Investment Region (ITIR), sanctioned by previous Congress-led UPA Govt, could’ve created over 50 lakh jobs in Hyderabad and neighbouring districts. But neither the TRS government pursued it with the Centre nor the BJP Govt was in favour of taking forward ITIR, a project sanctioned by the previous Congress-led UPA government.
Other projects which were promised in the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act like Kazipet Railway Coach Factory and Bayyaram Steel Plant were also not implemented just to deny the Telangana youth of new job opportunities.
The TPCC chief also accused CM KCR of deliberately delaying the implementation of the new PRC. He reiterated the demand that employees should be given fitment of not less than 43% besides increasing the HRA.


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