Modi govt pays "step-motherly" treatment to Telangana: state ministertext_fields
Hyderabad: Ruling Bharat Rashtra Samiti leader in Telangana, also the Telangana IT and Industries Minister K T Rama Rao, said that the BJP-led Centre shows step-motherly treatment towards the State, PTI reported.
KTR said that his party is ready for early elections if the BJP is going to dissolve Lok Sabha.
The minister alleged that the Modi government had not announced any new institution or funds to Telangana. Also, it has not delivered the promises it made to the State in Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, he said.
In Nizamabad, KTR told reporters, "They say 'sab ka saath, sab ka vishwas'. But, their actions are 'sab kuch bakwas' (all rubbish). The value of the rupee is moving towards the 'pathalam' (abyss), and the debt is mounting towards the sky. Such is the situation prevailing in the country today."
He alleged that the union government waived off loans for its "corporate friends".
"...especially those in BJP in the State, they talk big. If they have guts, let them dissolve Parliament. Then, we can go for early polls together," he said.
The BRS and BJP have been engaged in political one-upmanship ahead of Legislative Assembly polls to be held towards this year-end, PTI reported.