HYDERABAD: Intensifying its campaign for the Warangal byelections, the BJP on Monday, wrote an open letter to chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on implementation of his poll promises that he made during the Assembly elections. Questioning the commitment of TRS party for fulfilling their previous promises, the state BJP demanded answers from the chief minister to its 32 questions.
Calling the TRS a family party, the BJP stated that it has been implementing anti-people’s policies in its 16-months rule. The ‘Bangaru Telangana’ would never come true for the public, but it has already come true for KCR’s family, the BJP criticised.
After the TRS recently claimed that it has fulfilled 99.9 percent of its poll promises, the BJP alleged that the ruling party failed to implement even a single promise that it made to the people of Telangana. State BJP chief G Kishan Reddy, in his open letter to the chief minister said “The TRS ministers and MLAs would not have faced resistance from public during the ongoing campaign, if the promises were fulfilled.”
BJP also hit back at TRS for its recent remarks against the Centre for not supporting the state. It said the TRS led government has no commitment to develop the state. While listing some of the promises of TRS, such as developing Warangal as the second capital of Telangana, development of Warangal airport, renovation of historic Thousand Pillars Temple and Ramappa Temple, the BJP challenged the TRS to prove its claims of fulfilling them.
KCR has promised that first chief minister of Telangana would be a Dalit leader. But he snatched the post and gave all important ministries only to his family members, Kishan Reddy said. He did not even spare a Dalit minister in his cabinet, Reddy added.
Further the letter mentioned several other neglected issues by the TRS government. The fee reimbursement has been neglected and entire education sector has been ignored by the government. The promise to give three acres of land to all poor Dalits has remained only on the paper, BJP claimed. So far it has distributed only 400 acres in entire state.