TRS releases 'charge sheet' against BJP, alleges no Central assistance to state

The charge sheet states that despite Munugode being the epicenter of fluorosis, the BJP has not bothered to provide fresh water to remove the condition.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  29 Oct 2022 10:54 AM GMT
TRS releases charge sheet against BJP, alleges no Central assistance to state

Hyderabad: With the Munugode by-elections just around the corner, the TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi) has issued a "charge sheet" against the BJP.

The charge sheet states that despite Munugode being the epicenter of fluorosis, the BJP has not bothered to provide fresh water to remove the condition. It goes on to say that even when the Telangana government launched Mission Bhagiratha to eradicate fluorosis, the national government provided no assistance to the state.

"Although Niti Ayog suggested releasing funds of Rs. 19 crores, the Modi government has not even given 19 paise," it added.

Several other issues were raised in the charge sheet addressed to the people of Munugode.



The rise in GST on handlooms was one of the issues raised. It claimed its aim was to "beat the stomachs of the weavers."

Concerning the Centre's bias toward BJP-ruled states, the charge sheet detailed all of the other projects and funding that have not been allocated to Telangana as promised. Among the projects named were the Fluoride and Fluorosis Mitigation Center, the Bayyaram Steel Factory, and the Kazipet Coach Factory.

The charge sheet labeled the BJP government as anti-people and cited factors like price inflation, disregard for subsidies, an increase in GST, etc.

It also condemned the BJP government's privatisation of public institutions. The charge sheet claimed the Centre is following "Becho India - Clearance Sale."

The charge sheet also criticised the Modi government's mismanagement during the Covid pandemic.

The TRS party, through the charge sheet, requested voters to keep in mind the injustices done to the state by the BJP since the formation and vote accordingly.

The Munugode by-poll will be held on 3 November.

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