Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari today lashed out at the Congress saying that it was making cheap politics with growing intolerance besides indulging in provocative comments against the TRS government. “The Opposition is ought to make constructive criticism and give suggestions to the government but not blame it with ill intentions, he fumed.
The Deputy CM was speaking after launching a website for teacher transfer application at the Secretariat here. Srihari criticized TPCC Chief N Utham Kumar Reddy for dubbing the much appreciated Rythu Bandhu scheme as “Rabandhu” scheme. He said the previous Congress government was notorious for looting people and failing to take up development of all sectors. “Utham is day-dreaming of coming to power in 2019 general elections in the State”, he ridiculed.
“BJP leader G Kishan Reddy rang me up and appreciated the Girls Kit and the State government will appeal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to replicate the scheme across the country”, he said. Srihari vehemently condemned the provocative attitude and baseless allegations of the Congress for political mileage and making comments on every issue. The Opposition was often talking in very cheap manner on all the issues”, he charged. The intention of the power hungry Congress to return to power in Telangana is just impossible as the people favour the ruling party for its historic welfare schemes and developmental programs.
“The ruling party has come up with the schemes of welfare and development and all sections are happy in the State. Crop investment scheme is proving handy with 90 per cent farmers are content with Rs 4,000 per acre amount offered by the government. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who nurtured the idea of crop investment was going to launch another best scheme of providing Rs 5 lakh life insurance to the farmers in the State, he claimed. The Congress, instead of making false accusations against the ruling party and the government, should partner in the development of the State, he suggested.
Teachers Transfers online
Srihari said the teachers can apply online http://transfers.edse.telangana.gov.in for transfers from June 7 to 10 and submit the printed copy of the application to the MEO concerned. The officials will disclose the number of vacancies on June 9 and accept objections if any on June 10 and 11. The teachers can avail of web options for four days from June 20 to 23. The department will release the final list of the transfers of the teachers on June 26.
“Being the chairman of a Central committee on girl-child education and to prevent dropout rate, I recommended upgrading KGBVs as junior colleges. The Centre accepted it and as a result 84 KGBVs out of 457 in Telangana are upgraded as junior colleges”, he added. (NSS)