BJP Warns Govt: Don't Blame Centre for Telangana Ills

The party also wants to exert pressure on the TRS government in the state and expose its ‘failures’ on various fronts.

Published: 04th December 2014 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th December 2014 07:53 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: Ahead of Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s proposed visit to Delhi to discuss various issues, including allocation of AIS officers, the BJP on Wednesday issued a warning to the TRS government asking it not to blame the Centre for all the issues related to the Telangana state.

The Telganana government had been charging the Centre with giving the state a step-motherly treatment with respect to various issues. Rao’s frequent outbursts against the Centre had created a gap between the state and the Centre.

When asked about the same at a press conference here on Wednesday, BJP national general secretary P Muralidhar Rao said that the earlier ‘heat’ subsided a little bit. “But I warn (the government) not to blame the Centre or else you will face the music,” he said.

“We are ready to extend all help to the Centre. The state government should send advance proposals of its projects and schemes to the Centre. It should have some preparedness to run the administration,” Muralidhar Rao advised the Telangana government.

The leader also made it clear that they did not have any differences with any state and they were dealing with coordination and restraint with all states.

Meanwhile, the party also wants to exert pressure on the state government and expose its ‘failures’.

For this, the visit of party president Amit Shah is likely to be the launch pad. Asked whether Shah’s visit is only to review party activities like membership drive or strengthening the party, Muralidhar Rao said, “Basically, Shah’s visit is for party and its activities. But it also including hitting out at the government’s failures. A party can grown only by exposing government’s failures. This is natural phenomenon,” he said.


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