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Last Update: April 08, 2023, 15:11 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Telangana on Saturday appealed to the BRS government led by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao not to allow any hindrance in its plan of development for the people of the state, as it criticized the ruling dispensation’s alleged non-cooperation towards targeted central initiatives. expressed sorrow. in the southern states.
Addressing a public meeting here, Modi, without naming anyone, said a handful of people who promote nepotism are trying to see where they can benefit from the projects being implemented for the people of Telangana.
He said that he was pained at the non-cooperation of the state government in the projects of the Centre, which according to him was affecting the dreams of the people of Telangana.
“I appeal to the state government not to let any hindrance come in the way of development plans for the people of Telangana,” he said.
“A handful of people who encourage ‘nepotism’ are trying to see where they can benefit from the projects being implemented for the people of Telangana,” the PM said.
He said that nepotism and corruption are not different and where there is nepotism corruption starts increasing.
‘Parivism’ is robbing even the ration given to poor people in Telangana, he alleged and asserted that the state’s progress is important for the overall national development.
Modi said that due to the Covid pandemic and the Russia-Ukraine war, the world was witnessing ups and downs in the economy, but amidst this uncertainty, India was one of the countries which was investing a record amount on infrastructure modernisation.
He said that Rs 10 lakh crore has been allocated for the modernization of infrastructure in this year’s budget.
Earlier in the day, the Prime Minister flagged off the Secunderabad-Tirupati Vande Bharat Express train from Secunderabad Railway Station here.
He also launched and inaugurated several infrastructure projects from the public meeting place.
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