TRS 30-month-rule marked by failures: Cong
Speaking to press persons in Warangal on Thursday, he said the TRS chief and the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has made about 100 promises to the...
Warangal: The TRS government, which completed its 30-month rule in the State on Thursday, has left the State in shambles, the City Congress working president Rajanala Srihari alleged.
Speaking to press persons in Warangal on Thursday, he said the TRS chief and the Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has made about 100 promises to the people in Telangana and in Warangal.
But he failed to deliver them even after 30 months of rule. Except dividing the State into 31 districts to accommodate the party leaders, the government has achieved nothing worthwhile. The government has failed to conduct Kakatiya Festival for the past two years even as the Congress government during the undivided AP has started the festival to promote Kakatiya heritage, he said.
Similarly, the CM has failed to deliver the promises like distributing three acres land to landless dalits, filling up one lakh jobs, regularizing contract employees, offering free KG to PG education to all, crop loan waiver and several others.
What the government achieved was diluting programmes like Arogyasri, fee reimbursement, 108 ambulance service and others. It was sad that the CM’s promise of constructing underground drainage in Warangal within 100 days after coming to power was not delivered even after two and half years of rule, Srihari lamented.
Likewise, KCR promised the poor in the city to construct double bed room houses for all but only 1530 houses were being constructed. Nearly 35, 000 persons have applied for the double bed room houses, the Congress leader reminded.
Srihari has called upon the public in the city to fight against the failures of the TRS government. Ch Venkateshwarlu, M Vinod Kumar, Md Ayub, G Raju,M Sarangapani and others were present.