Immediately fill vacancies: BJP
The state executive of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has called on the government to immediately remove all vacancies by issuing notifications. Likewise, he also felt that the result of the Huzurabad by-election is an indication of the future unveiling of the political image of the state.
The state executive of the party was held here on November 26-27, chaired by party chairman Bandi Sanjay Kumar and in the presence of all other party leaders.
No less than five resolutions have been passed by the party, including on unemployment, Dalit Bandhu, problems faced by farmers, Dharani problems and a political resolution on conditions prevailing in the state.
âDuring the Telangana Rashtra Samithi’s (TRS) seven-year reign, the state failed on all fronts and was under the full control of the KCR family. Corruption is at its height. The result of the Huzurabad by-election with the victory of former minister E Rajender shook the TRS. Mr. Chandrasekhar Rao was forced to leave the farm and reach Dharna Chowk. Despite spending hundreds of crore rupees by the ruling party and the people taught a proper lesson and it was an indication of the future political image of the state, âsaid the political resolution and thanked voters for ‘have voted for the party’s candidate.
Regarding the financial front of the state, the BJP said that the state debt had reached 4 lakh crore and even to pay the salaries of the employees, the government had to go for an overdraft of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and some entrepreneurs committed suicide unable to repay the loans they had received. Stating that even bills related to COVID-related drugs and equipment have been on hold for a long time, suppliers refusing to resume supply indicate the severity.
Calling the TRS decision “dictatorial,” the political resolution declared that the chief minister and ministers urging party workers to attack BJP activists were nothing but anti-democratic and the police. worked under the control of the TRS.
On unemployment, the resolution said about 200 unemployed people committed suicide while the Biswal committee declared a vacancy of 1.91 lakh in addition to regular pensions each year. Former Telangana State Civil Service Commission chairman Ghanta Chakrapani admitted that only 29,091 positions had been filled, he added. He also questioned the promise of unemployment benefits.
The resolution passed on Dalit Bandhu questioned the government’s sincerity in implementing the program and questioned what happened to the pledge.
On farmers’ issues – Telangana Rytu Gosa – the BJP questioned the policies implemented in the state and said the government had not implemented the loan exemption as promised. She also reported that several farmers, including sharecroppers, had committed suicide but that compensation had not been paid.
The resolution on Dharani demanded that all portal issues be resolved immediately.