Hyderabad, Dec.12 (NSS): Declaring to fill vacant government posts very soon, TRS president and caretaker Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao today said the Rythu Bandhu program will be replicated across the entire nation if the Federal Front assumes power at the Centre after the ensuing Lok Sabha polls in 2019. This scheme needs a whopping Rs 3.5 lakh crore, he said.
Talking to mediapersons at Telangana Bhavan along with party senior leaders on being elected unanimously the leader of the House and will take charge as Chief Minister on December 13 at 1.30 pm, KCR said the government will soon take a call to resolve the impending issue of giving house-sites to the journalists. “The TRSLP elected me as leader of the House and oath taking will be followed. KCR said that along with him some leaders will take oath for the new cabinet and in about week days, a full-fledged cabinet will take shape.
Stating that very soon the government will issue a notification for filling of vacant jobs for youth, KCR said the schemes fetched them majority of votes to power. Vacant jobs will be filled on a war-footing, he said. The new government will be effective after the Election Commission issues a gazette notification, he said adding that he may take oath on December 13 at around 1 pm.
He also slammed the Congress and BJP parties for resorting to dirty politics and failing to serve the people. The people of the country are not happy and there was a need for a new Federal Front comprising the regional parties to bring about a qualitative change in national politics, he said. KCR alleged that the previous governments had miserably failed to meet the expectations of the people in the country.
“The feudal government at the Centre should go, need for total changes and reforms. We will win in our efforts in that direction and will form a new alternative with guts, courage and commitment. The Congress and BJP governments deceived the people by denying jobs to them and failing to address their issues, he charged. The TRS implemented 100 per cent of the manifesto with welfare schemes. We could have won more seats in the polls”, he added. (NSS)