The Telangana wing of Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) is on a spree of holding events under the Praja Sangrama Yatra at various parts of the state. The other day, the meeting reached Kamareddy district and the saffron party arranged a big meeting at the district.
The Telangana BJP chief Bandi Sanjay Kumar is holding the Praja Sankalpa Yatra to target the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) over its schemes and to highlight the failure of the government. A senior BJP leader and former Union Minister attended the meeting.
Ex-Union Minister Prakash Javadekar, who earlier served as the Minister of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change attended the Praja Sankalpa Yatra helped at Kamareddy became vocal of Telangana CM KCR, and alleged that family rule is practiced in the state.
Talking about the government, Javadekar said it's not the people's government but the family rule. It's the government of Chief Minister KCR, his son KTR, Kavitha, and her husband, Javadekar maintained in his speech.
The Rajya Sabha member said that CM KCR is not even coming out of his house to reach the secretariat. Instead of him going to the Secretariat, CM KCR wants the administrative office to come to his house, he alleged.
Targeting the ruling party for not providing the jobs and filling the vacancies, Javadekar alleged that the Chief Minister couldnâ€™t meet the promise he made earlier to give a job to every household in the state. Over the past seven years, vacancies for one lakh jobs across the departments took place and the jobs were not fulfilled, he said.
Citing the non-fulfillment of the vacant jobs in the departments, Javadekar expressed his confidence in the BJP winning the general elections and said TRS is the opponent for the saffron party in the general elections. In addition to this, Prakash Javadekar also said that the BJP will emerge victorious in the Huzurabad by-elections.
Javadekar also found with the TRS government for putting the blame on the Centre on all the issues and taking credit for the work and schemes of the Union Government. The Centre had developed a lot of highways in the state in the past seven years, he maintained.