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Ahead Of Amit Shah’s Visit, Telangana Minister’s 27-Question Open Letter

KTR requested Amit Shah on the allocation of centre funds to Telangana prior to now eight years.(File photograph)


Ahead of Home Minister Amit Shah’s go to to Telangana right now, state Chief Minister Ok Chandrashekar Rao’s son KT Rama Rao or KTR has written an open letter to the senior BJP chief on the “injustice” being carried out to the southern state by his celebration.

In the letter, KTR, who’s Working President of Telangana Rashtra Samithi, accused the BJP of spreading hatred amongst the folks in Telangana. He added that BJP didn’t fulfil a single promise made to Telangana however fulfilled each requirement of BJP-ruled states like Gujarat on a struggle footing.

The TRS chief posted 27 inquiries to the BJP chief on the step-motherly remedy meted out to Telangana by the BJP-led authorities on the Centre and dared him to reply them throughout his speech within the public assembly if he was actually honest in direction of Telangana. “We will fight for the rights of the people of Telangana and demand our rightful share under the AP Reorganization Act,” he stated.

The 27 questions by the Telangana chief coated topics like BJP’s ignorance of guarantees made below AP Reorganization Act, unavailability of central academic establishment/medical school in Telangana and pending promise by late fBJP chief Sushma Swaraj’s election promise of nationwide standing to an irrigation undertaking within the state.

KTR additionally requested Mr Shah on the allocation of centre funds to Telangana prior to now eight years. 

Neither Mr Shah nor his celebration, the BJP, have reacted to Mr KTR’s open letter.

Mr Shah will inaugurate National Cyber Forensic Laboratory (NCFL) and deal with a public assembly on the concluding day of BJP’s month-long ‘Praja Sangrama Yatra’ Phase-2 in Telangana in his day-long go to to the state.

The second section of Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJPs) ‘Praja Sangrama Yatra’ started final month on the event of Dr BR Ambedkar Jayanthi.

The first section of the ‘yatra’ was held for 36 days protecting 19 Assembly constituencies in eight districts final yr ranging from Hyderabad and traversing Rangareddy, Vikarabad, Sangareddy, Medak, Kamareddy, Sircilla and Siddipet.

Through the ‘yatra’, the BJP has been projecting the celebration’s energy within the state.

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