Telangana not doing sufficient to comprise coronavirus: Nadda


Naveen S Garewal 

Tribune News service 

Hyderabad, August 10

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) nationwide president JP Nadda on Monday slammed Telangana Chief Minister Okay Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) and his authorities for “not doing enough to save people from COVID-19”.

Nadda was speaking to the Telangana viewers over a digital occasion the place he carried out “Bhumi Pooja” for BJP places of work throughout numerous districts of Telangana. 

Launching a tirade towards the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) authorities within the state, Nadda alleged that the distinguished Kaleswaram irrigation venture had been was a money cow.

The venture value of Kaleswaram was deliberately escalated from Rs 45,000 crore to Rs 85,000 crore with the only goal of plundering the state’s wealth, he mentioned.

Nadda additionally accused the state authorities of indulging in corruption, depriving the folks of advantages offered by the Centre. 

The BJP president mentioned: “KCR promised that one lakh jobs would be created once Telangana is created as a separate state. He should come out with figures as to how many jobs were provided to the unemployed in the last six years. After promising to construct seven lakh houses, the state has not even built 50,000 houses.”  

Coming down on the federal government for what he known as mishandling the coronavirus disaster, Nadda mentioned: “Instead of containing the coronavirus pandemic, KCR is in slumber like Kumbhakarna. Even after being reprimanded time and again by the High Court, the Telangana Government is in no mood to shake itself out of this state of inertia. Telangana is trailing in the conduct of COVID-19 testing”. 

He mentioned the state had even turned down the Ayushman Bharat scheme depriving about 98 lakh folks of medical insurance coverage.  

 



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