Hyderabad: Bahujana Rashtra Samithi (BRS-Bahujana) Telangana Working President Advocate Yasmeen Rayees on Monday said that chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao turned the lives of tribals-adivasis-Muslims miserable and threw a challenge to Chief Minister to repeat his tremendous development-in-the-state claims.
On launching of “Save Bahujans from Becoming Shudra” campaign in Rnga Reddy district Advocate Yasmeen said that minister KT Rama Rao’s claims that the per capita income in the state was Rs 3.17 lakh is ridiculous.
“The KCR’s claims of Telangana becoming the richest State and achieving growth are nothing but propaganda and false. The tribal areas and the population do not have access to proper roads, drinking water, housing, or a decent livelihood,” she alleged.
“The National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS), which was introduced by the previous Congress government is not being implemented in its letter and spirit and the dues of thousands of workers remained uncleared,” the Bahujana leader said.
She further alleged that the 12 percent reservation for tribal and to OBC Muslims communities in Telangana has still not seen the light of day. “I am shocked to learn that the BRS (KCR) government officials are seeking huge bribes from helpless tribals and unemployed Dalit-Muslim who don’t even earn Rs 100 per day,” she said.
She said that the unity by formation of a government among the Bahujans has now become a necessity to protect the interest of marginalized Bahujana communities including Tribals-Dalit Muslims, she added.