Hyderabad: Congress ubiquitous secretary Digvijaya Singh on Monday demanded an reason from a TRS supervision in Telangana as to what did it do with a Rs 90,000 crore which, according to BJP arch Amit Shah, a Centre had authorised for a state.
Shah had pronounced during Warangal on Sunday that a NDA supervision had authorised schemes value Rs 90,000 crore for Telangana.
In a recover released by Telangana Congress, Singh wondered either a income was used by a TRS to “buy legislators of antithesis parties”.
He indicted a TRS supervision of “forcibly” appropriation land for several projects such as a one associated to Mallanna Sagar irrigation.
He purported that a supervision was “violating” farmers’ rights by “denying them a right compensation” as per a Land Acquisition Act, 2013.
The former Madhya Pradesh arch apportion also indicted a BJP supervision during a Centre of “creating passion between opposite communities”.
Meanwhile, Telangana Congress arch N Uttam Kumar Reddy voiced certainty that his celebration would form a supervision in a state after a 2019 Assembly election.
A two-day training session, organized by Telangana Congress for celebration member in internal bodies, commenced currently during KJR Gardens in Secunderabad.
The opening event was addressed by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, Digvijaya Singh, RC Khuntia, N Uttam Kumar Reddy, K Jana Reddy, Mohammed Ali Shabbir, Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka and training programme convener Ponnam Prabhakar among others.