State Finance Minister Claim that TRS Committed to Develop BCS

CPI-member-Ravindra-KumarHyderabad: The Telangana government was ‘cheating’ backward classes; state finance minister claimed that the TRS committed to develop backward classes. The CPI member Ravindra Kumar alleged that the TRS government was cheating the BCs by making false promises.
The TRS government that had sanctioned fine quality rice to the BC welfare hostels for the first time. They distributed 250 acres of government land and 1,250 acres of private land purchased by the government to Dalits as part of the scheme to distribute three acres of land to each landless Dalit family in the state. The huge sum of Rs 15,000 crore as part of the second installment towards farmer’s loan waiver.
As many as 36 lakh farmers were benefited in the first round of loan waiver. Banks had already disbursed an aggregate sum of Rs 1,670 crore in the first phase loan waiver.
“The chief minister has incorporated the traditional aspect into the scheme changing 50 to 51. Because in Telangana, we give Rs 21 to 101 as donation to a cause”, she said.
Sunnam Rajaiah lambasted the government for its failure to include the farmers’ suicides and drought-hit mandals in the Governor’s joint address.
He ridiculed the growth rate of 5.1 percent as rubbish. He demanded the government to set targets for BC welfare schemes and also launch a sub-plan for BCs on the lines of SC-ST sub-plan

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