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TRS challenges BJP to an open debate on development of Telangana

Accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party of spreading false allegations against the state government, the TRS party has challenged the saffron party to an open debate on the development of Telangana at any time and any place.

TRS MLC Bhanu Prasad said at a press conference at Telangana Bhavan on Thursday that BJP State unit president Bandi Sanjay should undertake his padayatra from Karimnagar to New Delhi to exert pressure on the union government for the allocation of more budget and the completion of all pending projects related to the State, rather than confining to the Telangana.

As a Member of Parliament, Bandi Sanjay should first explain to the people what he has done to Karimnagar during his tenure. What Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done to Telangana. Why the welfare schemes of Telangana are not being implemented in the BJP ruling States.

The BJP leaders should come for a debate on the development of Telangana,” Banu Prakash said.

“The BJP leaders are not saying anything that what kind of development can be done if BJP is voted to power. The saffron party leaders, including Bandi Sanjay, are working aimed at levelling baseless remarks and spreading the malicious campaign against the TRS government. They don’t have any action plan for the progress of Telangana, except criticizing the TRS government,’ he further mentioned.

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The TRS MLC said it would be impossible for the BJP to come to power in Telangana because it does not have contesting candidates in more than 100 Assembly segments, citing the fact that the BJP did not secure deposits in 100 Assembly constituencies during the last general election.

The TRS also criticized PM Modi on Monday for making a misleading statement about the privatization of Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL). According to the ruling party, the Prime Minister was compelled to make the statement as a result of the demonstrations being held by the Singareni workers and also the efforts of the State government.




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