HYDERABAD: BJP senior leader Gudur Narayana Reddy on Friday advised Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao to do some self-introspection about his governance rather than blaming the Centre for every issue that the state is facing.
In a media statement, the BJP leader said several burning issues were not discussed in the Cabinet meeting on Thursday, which was held after a long gap.
“Except for taking decisions on some subjects, the Cabinet failed to address the issues like inundation of pump houses in Kaleshwaram, filling up of 82,000 vacancies in government departments, issues in Dharani, damage to crops and houses due to unprecedented floods, viral fevers, rising cases of Covid, construction of 2BHK houses and others were ignored,” the BJP leader said.
He said the Chief Minister had taken a decision on reducing the age limit for Aasara pensions keeping the byelection to be held in Munugode in view, and dubbed it as an election stunt. He said none of the ministers had dared to raise the issues being faced by the people in the Cabinet meeting.
“The Chief Minister did not admonish the officials responsible for the flooding of the Kaleshwaram pump houses. Probably he might have to admonish himself,” the BJP leader said sarcastically. In the recent Parliament session, he said, rather than focusing on the issues of the state, the TRS MPs joined hands with the Opposition and wasted valuable time....