Telangana minister and Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) working president KT Rama Rao has written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, elevating a couple of questions concerning the nation’s unemployment and demanding jobs for youth of his state. He has additionally raised questions concerning privatisation of presidency jobs.
Taking to Twitter, Rao, popularly referred to as KTR, stated Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP)-led authorities on the Centre has failed miserably in creating jobs for the youth of the nation. The Telangana minister demanded that the central authorities replenish the 16 lakh authorities jobs which can be at present vacant.
KTR requested the Prime Minister concerning the promised two crore annual jobs for the youth of Telangana, and likewise sought solutions for the lack of employment alternatives owing to privatisation of presidency items.
“How most of the promised two crore jobs per 12 months have been created or can be created for the youth of Telangana? What solutions do you’ve got for the lack of employment alternatives precipitated because of promoting of presidency property to non-public entities?” he requested within the letter.
Additional, he stated that demonetisation and lockdown through the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) had severely affected the roles and livelihood of residents.
“There are solely ‘pakoda’ employment alternatives within the nation right this moment, all due to the inefficient insurance policies of the union authorities,” KTR’s letter, loosely translated from Telugu, learn.
The minister stated that because of the Centre’s indecisiveness, India is at present witnessing the best unemployment fee in 45 years.
KTR additional stated that on the one hand, Modi makes statements comparable to “sabka saath, sabka vikas”, however then again, his social gathering leaders “consider and act extra on the strains of ‘sabko satyanash’”.
“This angle of yours is changing into a menace to the Indians not solely within the nation however outdoors the nation as effectively. Attributable to this, the nation goes backwards in growth. Because of this, crores of persons are dropping their jobs,” the minister wrote.
He requested Modi how is he going to “recognise and reward” the Telangana authorities that’s giving “main assist to the nation’s economic system”. “Do you’ve got a solution to the demand we’ve got been making on behalf of Telangana youth for eight years to revive the Hyderabad ITIR challenge or give one other particular package deal in its place?” his letter added.
Taking a dig at Modi’s a number of visits to Telangana, KTR stated that he solely involves the southern state and “extends lip service” however not a “penny has been allotted” to the southern state.
“A minimum of now, give readability on employment creation for the youth of the nation. Reply to the questions I’ve requested on behalf of the youth of our nation,” the minister wrote within the letter.
KTR’s newest assault on the BJP and Modi could be seen as yet one more signal of continuous distance between the saffron camp and the TRS. Just lately, the Telangana minister slammed the BJP over its former spokespersons Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar Jindal’s statements on Prophet Mohammed. Referring to a number of Muslim nations, together with Qatar and Saudi Arabia – with whom India shares shut ties, condemning Sharma and Jindal’s remarks, KTR requested Modi why India “as a rustic” must apologise to the worldwide neighborhood for the “hate speeches of BJP bigots”.
“Modi Ji, your silence was deafening and surprising when BJP MP Pragya Singh hailed assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. Let me remind you sir; what you allow is what you promote,” KTR wrote in a collection of tweets earlier this week.