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Vijayawada: CPM for white paper on capital construction

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Oct 22, 2016, 6:37 am IST
Updated Oct 22, 2016, 7:06 am IST
Babu Rao said the government did not implement a single promise in the capital region.
Policemen arrest CPM capital area coordination committee convener Ch. Babu Rao during a protest
 Policemen arrest CPM capital area coordination committee convener Ch. Babu Rao during a protest

VIJAYAWADA: The opposition parties flayed the government for the delay in capital construction and also about non-implementation of various promises made to the people of the capital region.

CPM capital region coordinating committee convener CH. Babu Rao said the government did not implement a single promise in the capital region.
He said out of 53,373 farm labourers, only 19,055 are getting monthly pensions of Rs 2,500. The government also announced 365 days of employment guarantee for the farm labourers, but only provided 0.35 per cent of work days, he said.

 

According to him, the government is supposed to provide 56.46 lakh work days to 53,373 workers but only gave 19,956 work days.  GO. 125, which is intended to provide free health and education for all in the capital region was confined to paper only, said Mr Babu Rao.

He also flayed the government for non-implementation of old-age homes, housing for homeless, providing basic infrastructure, Dwakra loan waiver, lapses in announcing package for assigned and Lanka lands.

Mr Babu Rao found fault with the land allotment to various private institutions in the capital region at meager prices. He said the government never interacted with the farmers and farm labourers about their problems but conducting series of meetings with private institutions.

 

He also levelled allegation that along with the foundation stone for the capital the seeds of corruption were also sown in the capital. Mr Babu Rao demanded the government to release a white paper on the status of the capital construction and the MoU’s that the government entered.

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