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Migration of people due to wrong policies of previous govt
People in the district have been forced to migrate because of the wrong policies pursued by the ruling party when the State was united, despite rivers Krishna and Tungabhadra rivers flowing across Mahbubnagar, said Telangana Planning Board Chairman Niranjan Reddy here on Tuesday.
Mahbubnagar: People in the district have been forced to migrate because of the wrong policies pursued by the ruling party when the State was united, despite rivers Krishna and Tungabhadra rivers flowing across Mahbubnagar, said Telangana Planning Board Chairman Niranjan Reddy here on Tuesday.
Speaking to the media after inspecting the phase II and III works of the Kalwakurthi lift irrigation project and holding discussions with engineers on the ongoing civil and electrical works near Jonnalaboguda in Kothapalli mandal and Gudipalligutta in Gopalpet mandal, he alleged that budgetary allocation was spent by the State governments during 1984 and 2001 on the Kalwakurthi project.
Niranjan Reddy contended that work of Gudipalli reservoir which began in 2003 following pressure exerted by the Telangana agitation, But the Kalwakurthi project was not completed even after 10 years from 2004.
He accused the then Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy of neglecting the Telangana projects and not paying attention to irrigation water and allocation of funds.
The TPB chief charged former Ministers G China Reddy and D K Aruna with neglecting projects when the Congress party was in power. He accused the Congress leaders of making efforts to cover up their mistakes.