BJP releases charge sheet against BRS

Medical Colleges started with much fanfare and don\'t have staff, hostels, Ayushman Bharat was not implemented in BRS government, says BJP

Update: 2023-11-07 07:26 GMT

Hyderabad: Radicalisation of Islam is happening and an Islamic corridor is coming up. Sleeper activity of many radical organizations are there, their training and recruitment is happening in Hyderabad.

The AIMIM and BRS alignment is enabling this. In Bhainsa, Hindus who faced attacks are being arrested, said P. Muralidhar Rao, chairman of the charge sheet committee of the BJP.

Releasing the report, he said, “The omissions and commissions of the BRS are being listed to bring them to the notice of the people. The issues listed out are not new and have been brought before the public to enlighten them ahead of elections. BRS regime has become synonymous with corruption. Corruption is all pervasive. Truth has the knack of coming out at the appropriate time. The sinking of pillars in Medigadda has brought the issue for discussion.”

The much hyped Kaleshwaram whose design was changed increased the project cost from Rs 40,000 crores to Rs 1,40,000 crores with an eye on commissions.

The Central Dam safety authority which submitted a report to the Centre after the recent sinking of pillars said the state government has failed in planning, design, quality and maintenance and operations in the project, he said.

Promises made in 2014 and 2018 manifestoes are in the public domain. Medical Colleges started with much fanfare and don't have staff, hostels, Ayushman Bharat was not implemented. Decisions were taken in favour of the corporate sector. Nearly 7,800 farmers ended their lives, he added.

There is no government more corrupt than the BRS government. Radicalisation of youth is happening by the PFI in Telangana, said senior BJP leader Prakash Javadekar.

In united AP police was professional but in Telangana they are acting in favour of the BRS by threatening them with transfers and other inducements, said State BJP president G. Kishan Reddy.


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