PNS | Hyderabad
IT Minister K T Rama Rao has declared that, if the Bharat Rashtra Samithi is again voted to power in the upcoming Assembly elections, the state government would revamp TSPSC board if necessary and declare job calendar annually to fill all vacancies.
Coming down heavily on the charges levelled by Congress leaders on the unemployment situation in the state, KTR said that, over the past nine and a half years, the BRS govt had given notifications to fill 2,20,000 jobs and had already filled 1,30,000 of them.He was speaking at a public meeting in Karimnagar. KTR said that Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi were coming to Telangana with the intention of provoking youth in the state.The BRS working president said that opposition parties had tried to politicise the death of Pravalika who had committed suicide after being harassed by one person in Hyderabad.
Pravalika’s family met KTR on Wednesday and sought justice. KTR offered to stand by Pravalika’s family and assured them of a job for her brother. Talking about Bandi Sanjay, KTR sought to know what the BJP leader had done for the development of Karimnagar. “He did not get a single educational institution nor did he construct one temple in this region,” KTR said.
KTR referred to Sanjay’s reported statement that mosques should be dug up across the state and if ‘dead bodies’ were found, then Muslims could keep the mosque; and, if a ‘shiva linga’ was found, then it had to be handed over to the Hindus.
“Instead of digging mosques, let’s lay the foundation for educational institutions, 2 BHK dignity houses, canals, and religious places like temples, mosques, and churches,” KTR said. The BRS working president stated that KCR was a leader who had worked for the welfare of all communities and never did politics in the name of religion.
Taking a dig at Bandi Sanjay, KTR said that the former was a leader who cried to people after losing Assembly elections in 2018 against Gangula Kamalakar and then in MP elections. “Don’t fall for the crocodile tears of such leaders. Think wisely and vote for the BRS,” KTR said.
Referring to Bandi Sanjay’s statement equating PM Modi with God, KTRsaid sarcastically that Modi was a God who had increased cylinder prices from Rs. 400 to 1,200, petrol prices from Rs. 70 to Rs. 110, and ensured skyrocketing of prices of other essential goods. Alluding to promises made by BJP and BRS respectively, he said: “Whoever received Rs 15 lakh in their Jan Dhan account can vote for BJP and whoever received Rythu Bandhu money can vote for BRS,” KTR observed.
The BRS Working President said none of the leaders had the stature to fight with KCR who had risked his life, fighting for Telangana statehood. Kishan Reddy was one who had run away when asked to resign during the Telangana movement. Revanth Reddy was a thief who was caught red-handedin the ‘vote for note’ case.
Highlighting BRS schemes that had been implemented, KTR said that CM KCR introduced the Dalit Bandhu scheme for the upliftof the Dalit community, increased the reservations for tribal community from 6% to 10%, set up 1,001 Gurukula schools across the state, provided scholarships for students who aspired to study abroad, and resolved water and current problems.
During the meeting, KTR highlighted the BRS manifesto and said that the pension amount would be increased from Rs. 2,000 to Rs. 5,000, KCR Aarogya Raksha Scheme to increase ArogyaSri Bhima Scheme coverage to 15 lakh, and Annapurna Scheme would be implemented to provide rice (sannaBiyyam) to all ration card holders.
He ended the speech by appealing to the crowds to vote for BRS in the upcoming Telangana Assembly elections.