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TRS MLAs criticise Congress leaders for ignoring BCs

Hyderabad: Achampet MLA Guvvala Balaraju and Shadnagar MLA Anjaiah Yadav on Monday alleged that the Congress party was resorting to vote bank politics even after Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao suggested a collective effort to develop backward classes and weaker sections. They rubbished the statements of Congress leader A Revanth Reddy who alleged that the State government was focusing on BCs only after BCs were supporting Congress party.

Speaking to mediapersons here, Balaraju said the Congress leaders were fighting for prominent posts among themselves and resorting to mudslinging on TRS in an attempt to regain power in the State. He alleged that none of the Congress leaders were ready to quit their posts when the then TRS Chief K Chandrashekhar Rao proposed to resign to elected posts seeking separate Telangana State. “All the Congress leaders ran away without resigning to their posts. But it is ironic that they are speaking for social justice in Telangana State which was achieved due to Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao,” he said. He ridiculed that Revanth Reddy who never took active participation in separate statehood movement, was criticising the TRS government.

MLA Anjaiah Yadav criticised the Opposition for remaining blind to various welfare programmes taken up by the State government for the backward classes and making baseless allegations against the Chief Minister. He pointed out that the successive Congress governments have ignored hereditary professions which resulted in poor rural economy. “Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao took initiative in reviving rural economy by extending support to various caste-based occupations which is yielding results. As they fear to face the wrath of backward classes, the Congress leaders are now making baseless allegations against the TRS government,” he added.

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