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TRS deliberately ignoring Central schemes: Smriti Irani

State govt. afraid credit would go to PM Narendra Modi’
Union Minister for Textiles and senior BJP leader Smriti Irani on Sunday accused the TRS government of deliberately not taking up some of the social welfare schemes of the Central Government like ‘Ayushman Bharat’ as caretaker Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao feared that the credit might go to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Addressing an election meeting held at Amberpet, the constituency of party MLA G. Kishan Reddy, she said people of Telangana deserved a better deal than having a government ruled by a single family. “The true liberation of TS is when the dictatorial rule of KCR is defeated in the election to be held on December 7,” she observed, exhorting her partymen to reach out to the people seeking support for the party.
Pointing out that the next month were the key to gain people’s support, Ms. Irani hailed the candidature of Mr. Reddy and claimed there was no single charge of corruption or any other illegal activity.
Assured win
TS BJP president K. Laxman affirmed that the victory of Mr. Kishan Reddy was never in doubt and he was sure people will vote for the party as it is the only credible alternative.
Giving his action taken report, Mr. Kishan Reddy who was elected thrice from the constituency, claimed that 21 school buildings have been built during his tenure from three earlier, five electric sub-stations were commissioned at a cost of ?390 crore, more than 5,000 women were provided livelihoods.
The upcoming flyover in the area will ease traffic problems, he said and charged that KCR has no right to seek votes without fulfilling the promise of constructing one lakh houses for the poor.

The Hindu`