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BJP MP Arvind trying to divide people in name of religion for political gains: Vemula

Minister for Roads and Buildings Vemula Prashant Reddy said on Sunday that BJP MP Dharmapuri Arvind was creating conflict between communities in the name of religion.

Speaking to the media, the Minister stated that Arvind was attempting to divide people in the name of religion in order to gain political gains. Arvind was supposed to bring people together as a people’s representative, but he was doing the opposite, he said, adding that in the run-up to the 2019 general elections, the BJP MP had given a written promise on a bond paper that if elected, he would convince the Centre to set up a turmeric board in Nizamabad.

“Though four years have passed, the MP had done nothing to fulfill his promise,” he said. The Minister also claimed that when assistance was sought through the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund on the lines of the financial help being offered under the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, the BJP MP was in turn indulging in personal attacks.

The people of Nizamabad had realized their error and would not repeat it in the upcoming Parliament elections, he predicted, and Arvind would be defeated by a large margin.

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Vemula Prashant Reddy also said the successful implementation of welfare programs in Telangana, such as 24-hour free power to farmers, Rythu Bandu, and Dalit Bandhu, has captured the attention of the nation, and people now want these programs to be implemented in their states as well.

After inaugurating a 10,000 metric tonne warehouse built at a cost of Rs 8.40 crore in Sikandarpur village of Bhingal Mandal, the Minister stated that people in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh have openly demanded that Telangana schemes be implemented in their state.

Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao’s initiatives increased cultivated area and grain production in the state increasing by 3 times in the last eight years.






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