Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Congress government not immune to criticism

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NAVEENA GHANATE

A promise was made to implement the six guarantees within 100 days of coming to power. The Congress government implemented five of the 11 promises it mentioned in the six guarantees.
The Cheyutha, Yuva Vikasam, Rythu Bharosa, loan waiver and MSP have not been implemented so far. Official sources cite the dearth of funds and the precarious financial situation for that.
The Chief Minister attended the Praja Darbar only once. The CM didn’t want traffic to be stopped for his convoy. A top CMO official clarified, “The CM reduced his fleet to nine cars which was almost double during KCR’s regime. He said that the wait time for traffic should be less as the convoy is smaller. It was miscommunicated.” The secretariat is not yet accessible to the media and continues to be like it was during the BRS tenure. Government Orders have not been uploaded to websites. The government drew criticism over power cuts during public functions attended by people’s representatives. Protocol issues were also notified.
Deputy CM Bhatti Vikramarka’s photo was missing in government advertisements and it was later rectified. Likewise, Bhatti sitting on a smaller stool at the Yadadri Temple while the CM and Ministers of elite communities sitting on a higher seat didn’t go down well with the masses. The EO of Yadadri was transferred and a new EO has been appointed.
The CM’s trips to New Delhi are being criticised. The deal with Adani which the Congress was opposing at the national level came under scrutiny.
Although he was hailed for visiting KCR in hospital, later Revanth clarified that it was not voluntary but Rahul had asked him to visit. This statement later came under scrutiny.

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