Bhatti faults Harish, KTR for slamming Digvijaya

Finding fault with Ministers T Harish Rao and KT Rama Rao for criticizing AICC general secretary in-charge of Telangana State Congress party affairs Digvijay Singh for stating that the TRS government was wasting public money came through taxes, TPCC working president Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka alleged that the TRS Ministers, who diluted the welfare schemes of previous Congress government and not allocating funds to the schemes have no right to talk about the AICC leader.


Speaking to the media here on Sunday, Bhatti said the ministers, who were speaking about welfare schemes, was like devils chanting scriptures. Pointing out the loopholes in several schemes introduced by the TRS government, Bhatti said the government itself derailed the schemes introduced by it. Finding fault with the TRS government for assuring that it will construct 6 lakh double bed room houses, TPCC working president said 6 lakh double room houses needs Rs 46,000 crore but the government has not yet allocated a single rupee for the scheme. About 7 lakh Dalit families have been waiting for the 3-acre land for years but there was no initiation in pooling 21 lakh acre land.

Bhatti alleged that the TRS government abolished the Congress government’s ‘Amma Hastham’ scheme but not introduced any new scheme in its place. The government was wasting public money in the name of projects’ redesigning by escalating the estimations very high. He said that the TRS leaders have no eligibility to compare themselves with the Gandhi family and reminded that both AICC chief Sonia Gandhi and AICC vice-president Rahul Gandhi had not accepted though they have got an opportunity to become Prime Minister and Union Minister.

Describing Digvijay Singh, who failed to bear injustices taking place in Telangana, as a sincere political leader, Bhatti said that the former questioned TRS government for wasting public money and made it clear that the Congress leaders will question the TRS government till it answers to those questions. (NSS)