The TRS government has been ready to discuss at length the plight of farmers in the State, but Opposition parties are trying to gain political mileage, said Member of Parliament K. Kavitha here on Wednesday.
The State government was not shying away from its responsibility and hence heeded to Opposition parties’ demand for a prolonged discussion in Assembly. “This government is very responsible and transparent,” she said, accusing the Opposition parties of becoming jealous by the increased popularity of TRS.
“The Left parties adopt double standards – they speak something in Telangana and something else in Andhra. The TDP leaders were no different,” she said, adding that the recent incident at Palakurthy where E. Dayakar Rao enacted a drama only to prove his identity in the party, spoke volumes. They were instigating people against the TRS government that delivered more than what was promised in manifesto.
“For instance, the Asha workers’ issue pertains to the Central government, not the State government. Left parties and BJP leaders should speak on this. On our part, TRS MPs have been rising these issues in Parliament, including farmers’ issue,” she pointed out.
The Water grid and Mission Kakatiya were not there in the manifesto, but government earmarked crores of rupees only to benefit people of Telangana.
On the recent encounter of Sruthi, Ms. Kavitha described it unfortunate and said she would talk to Chief Minister.
Ms. Kavitha was here to inaugurate Telangana Jagruthi office and a skill development centre.
The Telangana Jagruthi would open one centre each in all Parliamentary constituencies and give training to unemployed youth in 20 trades with the help of the Central government.
Source: The Hindu