Inspecting the works of TRS Plenary to be conducted on April 21 here, Minister for Animal Husbandry T Srinivas Yadav today lashed out at the Opposition parties for crying foul on the reservations bill for attributing communal colour and levelling corrutpion charges on welfare schemes and irrigation projects.
Speaking to mediapersons on the occasion, the minister sought to know as to why State Congress Chief N Utham Kumar Reddy was making baseless allegations over the government schemes and attributing corrupt charges. Srinivas Yadav slammed the BJP State leaders such as K Lakshman, G Kishan Reddy and others for trying to sabotage the welfare of Muslim Minorities and Scheduled Tribes by playing communal card. Though Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in BJP executive meeting at an Odisha Meeting came in support of the welfare of the Muslims for lagging behind, the State BJP leaders were going haywire with no other go, he fumed. At least now the local BJP leaders must try to understand Modi’s talk in favour of the backward Muslims, the minister said.
The TRS Government will implement reservations for these classes by taking up the issue with the Centre for inclusion in 9th schedule of the constitution. Yadav also flayed that the Congress, Telugu Desam and the BJP are disillusioned with rapid development as it will render them futureless he opined. The Congress leaders are adopting dual standards on issues due to lack of understanding and trying to confuse people. The Congress will not revive its hold in Telangana as the people are not ready to believe their useless comments, he said. The Telugu Desam has already vanished and the leaders are only trying to gain politically by mud-slinging on the government schemes. The TRS Government is number one state in India implementing a wide gamut of welfare schemes being replicated by other states he cliamed. Srinivas Yadav also explained about the welfare schemes got huge public response such as Shadi Mubarak, Kalyan Lakshmi, fine rice to hostels, pensions, housing facility for poor, land to Dalits and others. (NSS)