KCR Boycotts Meeting, Writes To PM Modi On Federalism, Bulldozers And More

KCR Boycotts Meeting, Writes To PM Modi On Federalism, Bulldozers And More

0 0
Read Time:2 Minute, 30 Second

Telangana CM Ok Chandrashekar Rao (‘KCR’) to skip August 7 assembly of Niti Aayog governing council.

New Delhi:

In a terse letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi — with costs of ignoring states’ rights, moreover jibes over price-rise, bulldozers and communal statements — Telangana Chief Minister Ok Chandrashekar Rao (or ‘KCR’) as we speak stated he won’t attend the August 7 assembly of Niti Aayog’s governing council “as a mark of sturdy protest”. PM is the chairperson of the federal government’s coverage thinktank.

That is the newest in a collection of assaults by the Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) boss on the BJP and the central authorities. Different regional events — reminiscent of Tamil Nadu’s DMK and Bengal’s Trinamool Congress — have been making comparable allegations, although they have not boycotted the assembly.

KCR says the Aayog was began “with the lofty goal of bringing the states on the identical web page with the Centre”. “Due to no planning and no spirit of cooperative federalism, the nation is passing via a most tough part with unprecedented issues of falling rupee worth, excessive inflation, skyrocketing costs and rising unemployment, coupled with low financial development,” he writes.

He describes Telangana as one of many “trailblazing states” and says there may be blatant discrimination towards such states.

At a press convention, he pressed on this: “Do not curtail the progress of the progressing states. Growth of any inch of the nation is the event of the nation.” 

Within the letter, he upfront reminds PM Modi of a key suggestion by the group of CMs within the Niti Aayog — that states be given flexibility to design or modify central schemes. “Not all schemes contemplated, designed and finalized by the mandarins of Delhi, serve their meant function, contemplating the huge variety and completely different wants of states.”

About Telangana particularly, he cites suggestions from “manner again in 2016” — to offer funds for irrigation and drinking-water schemes — that have not been adopted. “These examples are enough to say that the establishment of Niti Aayog is rendered ineffective.”

He additionally slams the central authorities for no motion on the “irresponsible utterances of some leaders in excessive positions on use of bulldozers, encounter killings, 80:20 ratios and references with spiritual undertones… (that) are disrupting the communal concord and the social cloth of the nation, moreover inviting worldwide criticism”. 

He cites “the one-sided determination to carry the brand new farm legal guidelines” — which have been repealed after a year-long protest by farmers — to say that federalism “is intentionally disregarded”.

“I don’t discover it helpful to attend (the assembly)… and I’m staying away from it as a mark of sturdy protest towards the current pattern of central authorities to discriminate towards the states and never treating them as equal companions in our collective effort to make India a robust and developed nation,” he indicators off.

Happy
Happy
0 %
Sad
Sad
0 %
Excited
Excited
0 %
Sleepy
Sleepy
0 %
Angry
Angry
0 %
Surprise
Surprise
0 %

Average Rating

5 Star
0%
4 Star
0%
3 Star
0%
2 Star
0%
1 Star
0%

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.