Prime Minister Narendra Modi has stated that the Chandrasekhara Rao-led state administration is obstructing and not cooperating with the ongoing development projects in Telangana.
PM Modi unveiled 11,000 million rupees of charitable projects and the Vande Bharat train service between Secunderabad and Tirupati in Telangana.
We desire for Telangana to benefit from development endeavors. However, some individuals are resistant. The state’s governing bodies should collaborate on development projects. In Telangana, however, the central administration received no cooperation.
Consequently, the activities are impacted. Infrastructure construction is delayed. The government of Chandrasekhara Rao is developing a policy of non-cooperation for welfare programs. Corruption and family politics are not distinct. There is succession politics wherever there is family politics.
The BJP only desires development. In pursuit of this. The opposition parties’ petition was recently denied by the Supreme Court, and party leaders are fretting. Due to their disappointment, they act in dread. They experience a loss of calm. Corruption and succession politics are inextricably linked. Corrupt individuals impede welfare programs.
We’ll fight this. People should fight corruption collectively.
In opposition, only succession politics and corruption are supported. We are determined to combat this. Citizens should band together to combat corruption. Corruption and power lust prevent the implementation of programs for the impoverished. Modi spoke thus.
In Telangana, Chief Minister Chandrasekhara Rao received an official invitation to witness the inauguration of government welfare programs. He ignored the ceremony, however. On his way to the airport, he did not even offer the Prime Minister a greeting.