KCR's faulty policies hindering Telangana's growth: Uttam Kumar Reddy
Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee president and Nalgonda MP N Uttam Kumar Reddy says TRS government did not deliver the electoral promises and kept the people engaged with issues not related to their development
Hyderabad: Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) President and Nalgonda MP N Uttam Kumar Reddy said that the wrong policies of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and flawed administration have halted the growth of Telangana to its full potential.
He was speaking with the media persons after attending the Miryalaguda municipality general body meeting at the Municipal Office and Miryalaguda Congress party meeting in Rajiv Bhavan on Thursday. He said that Miryalaguda was the hub of cement and rice milling industry and it had a huge scope for development. As the local MP, he promised that he would contribute his mite for the development of Miryalguda. He said that Chief Minister KCR lacked planning and required determination to develop all districts and regions of Telangana State.
Citing the instance of Miryalguda, he said that the cement and rice milling industry in the area was not given the required boost which could have created thousands of jobs and strengthened the local economy. Reddy further said that the TRS government did not deliver on the electoral promises and kept the people engaged with issues not related to their development. He alleged that KCR only focussed on winning the elections by all means and never paid attention to the expectations people had while voting for TRS. He also said that TRS government pursued policies which only benefited the contractors and rich people. He stated that poor and downtrodden people remained neglected under the TRS regime.
Comparing KCR's rule with the Tughlak regime, the TPCC chief pointed out that lakhs of farmers were facing an uncertain situation due to CM KCR's decision of shutting down all the procurement centres for agricultural products. He said that the previous Congress regime started the IKP centres and PACS systems to help the farmers sell their produce without facing any inconvenience. However, he said that by deciding to close all procurement centres, CM KCR was leaving farmers helpless and exposed to the exploitation by the corporate sector.