Can TDP Telangana Leaders Convince Naidu to Write NOC on Palamur: Jupally
HYDERABAD: Slamming Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu for coming in the way of Telangana irrigation projects, Industries Minister Jupally Krishna Rao today criticized the former for his missive to the Centre against Palamur and Nakkalagandi projects in Telangana State.
Addressing media at Telangana Bhavan here, Jupally alleged that Naidu wrote to the Centre that the two projects are new and have no permissions as per the norms. However, Telangana Telugu Desam MLA Revanth Reddy, who just came out of jail in cash-for-vote scam, was misguiding the people saying that his party was not against the Palamur projects. “Revanth Reddy should go to school again to learn the language”, he ridiculed.
Though the two projects were accorded permission during the previous Congress regime, Naidu was deliberately complaining to the Centre to belittle himself at Delhi, he contended.
Being aware of the facts, the AP chief minister was coming in the way of the projects and will face the brunt of the people of the region, he warned. He also challenged the TDP leaders from Telangana whether they could convince their boss to write a letter of “no objection” to the Centre for these two projects and others in Telangana State.
Though the successive governments spent 17,000 crore rupees in 19 years for Beema project, which has all permissions, the TRS Government in one year spent 707 crore rupees for Palamur project alone, he claimed.
Rao also said they had allotted 200 crore rupees for various projects, including Nettempadu. He slammed the TDP tactics against Palamur project, which led to Palamur Bandh by the ruling party. (NSS)