The TPCC chief further said the government failed to combat Covid-19 and demanded that it conduct one lakh tests per day.
The irrigation projects were getting delayed due to the interference by the Congress party, he alleged.
Uttam, along with Hyderabad City Congress president M Anjan Kumar Yadav and party in-charge (Nampally) Feroz Khan, visited OGH on Saturday to take stock of the hospital’s present condition.
Meanwhile, TPCC working president and Malkajgiri MP A Revanth Reddy demanded that the demolition of Secretariat should undergo a supervision of Archeological Department and NMDC.
Several Ministers came down heavily on TPCC president N Uttam Kumar Reddy for condemning the State government’s construction of the new Secretariat building.
Flattered by his remarks, the Minister congratulated Uttam for completing five years as the president of TPCC — a record in the State’s history.
TPCC president and Nalgonda MP N Uttam Kumar Reddy said that poor families that fall prey to COVID-19 must also be compensated.
Uttam said the Centre’s “failed” foreign policy has led to the loss lives of 20 Indian soldiers.
They said the Central Government had failed to help the poor workers, who lost their jobs due to the Covid pandemic in UAE.
Uttam asked Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao to expel his son from the Cabinet post if the latter did not resign voluntarily.
Uttam, who shared the dais with Jagadish at the meeting, interrupted the latter’s speech and confronted him about the loan waiver figures.
Questioning if the Kaleshwaram waters are supplied to even a single acre, he said KCR took up the project only for huge commissions.
He said the Congress’ nationwide online campaign, ‘Speak Up India’, received tremendous response from its cadre, especially from those in Telangana.
We will also ask it to provide financial assistance to MSMEs and small scale businesses,” he said.
Uttam said the TRS government was not transparent about the Covid-19 situation in Telangana; it was not even revealing the correct number of deaths.