BJP demands white paper on KCR’s assets since 2014

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao | Photo Credit: Nagra Gopal

Telangana BJP has demanded that Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday to release a white paper on the financial condition of the state and his family’s wealth since 2014 in the upcoming assembly session.

Party president Bandi Sanjay Kumar told the state executive meeting in Mahbubnagar district that KCR has pushed the state into a debt trap of Rs 5 lakh crore, each citizen is burdened with Rs 6 lakh, yet each family gets Rs 50,000 from the government Gives every year. On the sale and tax of liquor.

The BRS government was once again planning to present a budget, bereft of income or revenue streams, with promises it could never fulfill or would fulfill, but only to cheat the people. “This message has to be taken to the people. BRS is KCR’s new gimmick to criticize the Center and cover up misgovernance. He has to give an explanation to the people as to why TS has gone bankrupt,” he said.

The Karimnagar MP pointed out that TS earlier used to earn Rs 10,000 crore from liquor sales and has crossed Rs 40,000 crore, but the expenditure on welfare schemes has not reached Rs 30,000 crore.

Yet, the government had taken a loan of over ₹5 lakh crore. “What happened to the ₹4 lakh crore in addition to the ₹1 lakh crore spent for the Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Project? There is every danger that if KCR is given another term, KCR will push TS further into poverty.

BJP chief accuses KCR of trying to tarnish BJP’s reputation by “clinging to power”, releasing videos and photos for disinformation campaign to mislead society at large but nothing to fear because “the national leadership is with us”.

The BJP president said every section of the society, including teachers and employees, was suffering and up in arms against the BRS rule because of the controversial GO 317, through which arbitrary transfers were made to dilute the concept of jobs for local people. having had. A massive protest program was planned at Indira Park on 30 January in support of the teachers.

Welfare schemes like ‘Kalyan Lakshmi’, ‘Shaadi Mubarak’ and ‘Rytu Bandhu’ among others are suffering from paucity of funds, he claimed and blamed non-implementation of the loan waiver scheme, lack of subsidy as well as Told about the problems of the farmers. The assurance of free land to Dalits and others put on the backburner. He said that the unemployed youth had reason to be upset about filling up just 25,000 vacancies and the anger of the people was evident during his walkathon, which was given a special mention by Mr. Modi during the National Executive meeting.

Mr. Sanjay Kumar observed that the people of TS were looking at the BJP as an alternative to achieve a “true social democratic Telangana” for which party workers had been striving for decades. He said that the agenda of the party is supreme and no personal agenda will be considered.

General secretary Tarun Chugh urged the cadre to work continuously for nine months to “shut down the BRS” and “save the people of TS”. He said the “misdeeds of dictatorial, corrupt and dynastic rule” should be exposed at the booth level as the people had decided to bid goodbye to KCR and welcome the BJP. Rajya Sabha MP Laxman also spoke.

Tourism, Culture and Development of North East Minister G Kishan Reddy, National General Secretary Sunil Bansal and Adilabad MP Soyam Babu Rao were present