KTR wrote open letter to Amit Shah

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Hyderabad: TRS Working President KT Rama Rao in a open letter asked 27 question to Union Home Minister Amit Shah on the injustice being done to Telangana by the BJP. KTR wrote an open letter on the eve of Amit Shah’s visit to Telangana on Saturday. Amit Shah is scheduled to address a public meeting at Tukkuguda in Rangareddy district on Saturday.

BJP is spitting venom on Telangana for the past eight years, adding that the BJP national leaders only know to tour Telangana once in a while and try to spread hatred amongst people, he said. KTR alleged that BJP did not fulfill a single promise made to Telangana but fulfilled every requirement of states like Gujarat on a war footing.

He also stated that the BJP always insulted the Telangana movement. We will fight for the rights of the people of Telangana and demand our rightful share under the AP Re-organization Act, he said. BJP should tell which of the promises made under AP Reorganization Act to Telangana were fulfilled by them? Is it not true that BJP washed off their hands when TRS leaders demanded the establishment of a Rail Coach Factory in Kazipet, he asked.

The BJP government at the Center has allocated a rail coach factory to Gujarat for Rs 20 crore. When you can allot a rail coach factory to Gujarat, why not for Telangana? Why this partiality towards Telangana, he added. Telangana has been the top investment destination for global firms. Yet, Telangana is not being given any industrial incentives. Why? Do you have an answer for it, he asked.

He said that scrapping Information Technology and Investment Region (ITIR project) in Telangana denying the city’s rapid development in the IT sector shows how the BJP conspires against Telangana. KTR wanted to know about the funds allocated to Telangana in the past eight years, keeping aside the funds which the state receives constitutionally. He also sought a reply on ignoring the suggestion of NITI Aayog on allocating Rs 24,000 crores for projects such as Mission Kakatiya and Mission Bhagiratha in Telangana.

He also wanted to know why the Centre creating hurdles in paddy produced from farmers of Telangana and why it did not set up Turmeric Board in Nizamabad. CM KCR demanded the abolition of cess on petrol prices and reducing the prices. Will you make a statement on this during your visit to Telangana, KTR asked.

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