Leader of Opposition in Telangana Legislative Council, Mohammed Ali Shabbir, charged the TRS government with adopting negligent and indifferent attitude towards NRI’s welfare and showing little concern for the Telangana labour languishing in jails of Middle East.
In a statement here, Mr. Shabbir criticised the recent pronouncements of the Telangana government to set up an NRI Bhavan and asked what happened to the Chief Minister’s promise made in January to set up a joint Foreign office to reach out to students and job seekers. “The Chief Minister has been making statements whimsically without any seriousness or concern for the travails of the poor.”
He said after State bifurcation there were several vacant buildings available in Hyderabad which can be used to put up the NRI Bhavan or Videshi Bhavan. He also wanted skill training centres to be set up for short-term courses such as masons, welders, electricians and plumbers to train those going to the Gulf or for those returning and settling down here.
He alleged that the centres which were opened during Congress government were closed. Even the ration cards were cancelled or names of those who went for job in the Gulf were deleted, he said and added that all cards should be restored.
Kishore has stated in his claim that he had to buy fresh food from Adilabad for the ceremony, which costed him around Rs 10,000.
The party resolves to strengthen its organisational base across different parts of the country; to mobilise like-minded forces to intensify struggles
In a letter addressed to the Chief Minister on Sunday.
AICC urged to check other State Congress leaders from praising TS govt. schemes
TRS MLC Ramulu Naik said AICC president Rahul Gandhi and Telangana Congress leaders were resorting to false propaganda.
₹56.02 crore handed out in compensation across the State
On Sunday, ticket holders shielded their faces from the sun with their hands and caps.
Chaitanya Prakash was incapacitated after a paralytic stroke
The water board has been supplying 270 MGD water from Krishna phase I, II and III and 150 MGD from Godavari phase I.
Sitaram Yechury was unanimously elected CPI(M) general secretary on Sunday after weeks of uncertainty.
He wanted a special action plan put in place for the fluoride-affected areas and the agency region.
A resident through a tweet brought the issue to the notice of KTR.