TPCC Releases ‘U-Turn’ Against Modi

Published: 27th December 2014 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th December 2014 06:03 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: To expose the various U-turns of the Narendra Modi government, the Telangana PCC released the Telugu-translated version of ‘U-Turn,’ a book released by the Congress, highlighting the various issues on which the Modi government took a backward step after coming to power.

Rajya Sabha member V Hanumantha Rao got the book translated into Telugu and released the same on Friday in the presence of TPCC chief Ponnala Lakshmaiah, floor leaders in Assembly and Council K Jana Reddy and D Srinivas respectively and other leaders.

Hanumantha Rao said Modi came to power by making false promises. It is not that people disliked the schemes and programmes of UPA government but they got carried away by the false promises of Modi, he said.

All that Modi is making is giving new names to the programmes initiated by the UPA government, he said. To hoodwink the people from the failures of the government, Modi has raked up the issue of re-conversions, he said, adding that the ongoing re-conversions are mainly among poor Bihari migrants and others with Aadhar card and other benefits.

Hanumantha Rao wanted the TPCC to cirulate the Telugu booklet in a big way in villages and mandal so that rural masses get to know the U-turns of the NDA government.

Lakshmaiah said both the BJP and TRS came to power at Centre and State respectively by making false promises. Srinivas said people have already started discussing the U-turns made by the Modi government and the book would strenghten the thoughts of the people against the government.

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