Kishan Reddy criticizes BRS rule for failing aspirations of Telangana people

Hyderabad, Nov 5 (UNI) Union Tourism & Culture Minister and Telangana BJP President G. Kishan Reddy have voiced strong criticism against the BRS rule, contending that it falls short of meeting the aspirations of the Telangana people.

Speaking at the “Meet the Press” program held at the Somajiguda Press Club here on Sunday, Reddy highlighted that the achievement of separate statehood owed much to the BJP’s support. However, he lamented that the BRS government has not effectively realized the people’s aspirations, which has kindled a significant yearning for change among the populace. Reddy urged the people to consider giving the BJP an opportunity and ensuring transparent and corruption-free governance.

Moreover, he underscored that voting for the Congress would effectively usher in a BRS government since the Congress is merging with the BRS. Reddy made it clear that the BJP has not formed alliances with parties rooted in religious or community affiliations.

Reddy also criticized the Congress party for its failures in Karnataka and expressed apprehensions that a similar scenario might emerge in Telangana if the Congress ascends to power.

In addition, Reddy criticized the governing style of K Chandrasekhar Rao’s administration, drawing parallels to a dictatorship, and raised questions about its commitment to filling job vacancies and appointing teachers.

With respect to infrastructure development, Kishan Reddy stressed the pivotal role of the central government in funding road and railway projects in Telangana.

Reddy further highlighted the government’s efforts to provide free rice to the underprivileged and emphasized the absence of corruption within the central government.

He conveyed the BJP’s dedication to fostering the development of all communities and announced their intention to appoint a Chief Minister from the Backward Class (BC), making them the sole party in the country to make such a commitment.

Reddy elaborated on various ongoing development projects in the state and underscored the importance of cooperation between state and central governments, especially concerning CBI investigations.

He extended an invitation for an open discussion to elucidate the central government’s contributions to Telangana and emphasized the BJP’s unwavering commitment to their election manifesto.

Reddy also touched upon the BJP’s initiatives to promote women’s participation in politics and underscored the significance of the Women’s Reservation Bill.

He disclosed that the BJP had unveiled 88 out of 119 candidates, with the remaining to be announced shortly. He clarified that the alliance with Janasena is due to their partnership within the NDA.

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