Question Raised About Telangana Household Survey

In the Legislative Assembly Opposition parties fired on Telangana Government about the Intensive house hold survey. Over this issue a heated discussion took place since on that day August 19 people were forced to stay indoors.
The questions are raised about the survey, they questioned about what government achieved through the survey by spending Rs 20 crore. They stated that government harassed people by halting the public transportation system. Common sense was questioned seeking details of assets while ignoring liabilities.
Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao’s daughter and Nizamabad MP Kavitha were enrolled in both the locations, one at her in-laws house in Potangal village in Navipet mandal of Nizamabad district and in Banjara Hills residence in Hyderabad. This was pointed out by Revanth Reddy. Opposition parties’ added saying that the personnel used for the survey were school and college students who were inexperienced. This resulted in 60% wrongly absorbed data.

Medaram Jathara

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