Hyderabad: BJP state president, Dr K. Laxman, said that the graph of Chief Minister, K. Chandrasekhar Rao, has drastically dipped at the end of the first year of his rule in his second stint due to his misdeeds and arrogance.
While interacting with this correspondent on the completion of one year of Rao’s rule on Dec. 13, he pointed out that the Chief Minister has miserably failed in fulfilling his promises made during the December 2018 elections.
Listing Rao’s pending promises, the BJP president said that he could not extend the pension benefits to people of upto 57 years of age even after elapsing for one year and financial assistance under the Rythu Bandhu has not been given to all the eligible farmers and farmers are wandering for the Rs 1 lakh loan waiver.
With Rao’s indiscriminate borrowings, Telangana was reeling under a debt burden which has reached Rs 3 lakh cores on the people of state and it would likely further escalate in the remaining four years of Rao’s rule, he added.
He said people are waiting for the benefits of Kalyana Laxmi, Shadi Mubarak and fee reimbursement, as Rao failed to allocate required budgets for the schemes.
The adamant, arrogant, thoughtless and insensitive attitude of the Chief Minister during the RTC strike led to the loss of the lives of 30 employees, he hollered.
Slamming Rao for not visiting the Secretariat in his first or second term, he said Rao successfully ensured that there is no Secretariat for the state.
Laxman said that the people are in a dilemma about which minister sits where and where they could meet them. He made it clear that the BJP will expose the failures of Rao’s rule and agitate against his anti-people policies.