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“I want to ask the Centre, does it have an answer and a solution to the rampant inflation and unemployment in the country today”: TRS MLC poem

Hyderabad: Telangana MLC K Kavita accused the BJP of disrupting communal harmony in the country and praised the K Chandrasekhar Rao-led TRS government for its “people-oriented” and “welfare” approach.

He made these remarks while participating in a Bathukamma saree distribution event at Kamrapalli in Balakonda. “BJP is trying to divide society and spoil communal harmony. I want to ask the BJP, do they have an answer and a solution to the rampant inflation and unemployment in the country today? They should look at CM KCR who gives equal respect to all religions in the state and celebrates them,” Kavita said at the event.

The Telangana MLC, while addressing a large gathering of women, urged women to question the BJP on the state of high inflation and unemployment.

“The BJP has failed to fulfill the aspirations of the people. I would like to ask MP Arvind how many jobs the central government has provided against his big claim. Chief Minister KCR gave more than 2 lakh posts and more than one million jobs to youth. What did BJP give to the country? asked Kavita during her address.

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MLC Kavita comparing the state of Uttar Pradesh with Telangana said, “Out of 23 crore population in Uttar Pradesh, only 70 lakh people get pension, while in Telangana with 4 crore population, the state government gave pension to around 48 lakh. 2016 to 3016 Rs.

During the event, the former MP distributed sarees under Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao’s flagship initiative to promote local handlooms during the festive season. He also interacted with the women who were gifted sarees by the state government.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by HW News staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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