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Dattatreya urges TRS Govt to implement PM Kisan scheme and Rythyu Bhandu scheme separately
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Dattatreya urges TRS Govt to implement PM Kisan scheme and Rythyu Bhandu scheme separately

Hyderabad, Feb 3 : Former Union Minister and senior BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya, MP on Sunday urged the TRS Government led by K Chandrasekhar Rao to implement Pradhan Mantri Kisan scheme and Rythu Bandhu scheme separately in the state.

Addressing press conference at BJP state headquarters here, Mr Dattatreya said that the Central Government would deposit the money in the Bank accounts of the farmers directly, wherein TRS government giving the money though the cheques.

Stating that the BJP led-NDA government at the Centre under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi working for the all round development of the country by introducing reforms, Mr Dattatreya said that the states were getting huge amounts through the GST. But both the Chief Ministers K Chandrasekhar Rao (Telangana ) and N Chandrababu Naidu (Andhra Pradesh) were denying this. The BJP is ready to public debate on it, he added.

Denying the claim of TRS MPs that the Centre was not sanctioning funds to the state, Mr Dattatreya said that the TRS government was not sanctioning any amounts to the Panchayats, wherein the Modi government extending huge funds to the Panchayats.

He said that the TRS government was not implementing many Central schemes including Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY), Ayushman Bharat which are more beneficial for the poor people.

Secunderabad, Hyderabad and Malkajgiri Parliamentray party activists meeting will be held on January 5, Mr Dattatreya said and added that the BJP National President Amit Shah is expected to participate in the meeting.

Mr Dattatreya also said keeping in view of for the coming general elections, all the 17 Parliament constituencies in the state will be divided into clusters. Each cluster consisting of three Parliamentary constituencies. One public meeting will be held in every cluster, he said.(UNI)