KTR slams Oppn on jobs jibe

Hyderabad, April 12 (NSS): Municipal Minister K T Rama Rao today criticised that the Opposition parties are involved in job politics. He accused the opposition parties of confusing students by provoking them on jobs issues to talk against the government.

Along with ministers Dayakar Rao, Satyavathi Rathod and other leaders KT Rama Rao participated in developmental programs worth about Rs 1700 cr.

He also inaugurated Mission Bhagiratha water supply, and laid foundation for some development works including double bedroom houses by spending Rs 31 cr and others.

The Minister took exception to the opposition parties for bad politics on jobs and employment. It is a shame on the part of the opposition parties to provoke students and misguide the people on various issues, he deplored.

Rama Rao alleged that the opposition leaders did a brain wash to student leader Sunil Naik to talk against chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao. The opposition leaders should stop the false campaign of allegations of corruption he said and warned that the government will not keep quiet any longer.

The minister accused the opposition leaders of for their continuing charges against the Chief Minister. The KCR Government is continuing our works for development, and welfare by spending huge funds KT Rama Rao said.

He suggested that the opposition parties are provoking the students in the name of jobs and employment which is not correct. Our government headed by KCR will surely offer jobs through necessary notifications,

The minister attributed the suicide by student leader Sunil Naik to the provocations by the BJP and the Congress leaders. Sunil Naik wished to select for IAS level post and that can be done by the Centre through UPSC and not the state government.

The Congress and the BJP are habituated to stall development and make false charges.. The minister sought to know why the Modi led government failed to fill up 2 cr posts a year while the state government has filled 1.93 lakh posts and process is continuing.

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