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BJP To Use RTI Act To Expose KCR Reneging On Promises

As a part of the strategy, MP and State BJP president Bandi Sanjay and other BJP leaders raised over 100 queries under the RTI Act.
Hyderabad | 6th July 2022
The Telangana unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party has decided to make use of the Right To Information (RTI) Act as a weapon to expose the "unfulfilled promises" of the TRS government of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao in the last eight years.

As a part of the strategy, Karimnagar MP and State BJP unit president Bandi Sanjay Kumar and other BJP leaders raised over 100 queries under the RTI Act to the CMO, the Principal Secretary's offices of the finance, revenue, social welfare, panchayati raj, irrigation, education and health departments, and the ACB.

The BJP leaders sought to know the status of the delivery on the various promises and assurances made by KCR in the Legislative Assembly and Council, during his visits to the districts, and in the 2014 and 2018 TRS manifestos.

Sanjay Kumar also asked about the expenditure on the construction of Pragathi Bhavan, and the number of days the CM was present in his official residence.

A large number of questions were related to the filling of vacancies in various departments as suggested by the Biswal Committee, and other employment opportunities provided.

Kumar also sought information about the subsidies provided to farmers and various caste-based communities; the construction and disbursement of double bedroom houses for the poor; and pension benefits for the aged, widowed and physically handicapped.

In total, information on 88 subjects was sought by the Telangana BJP chief.

These requests are part of the Telangana BJP's plan to hold the TRS government responsible for its "failures" in front of the public with solid proof, and towards that the party is also asking its cadre in the districts and Yuva Morcha activists to also file RTI petitions to mount pressure.

BJP State vice-president G Manohar Reddy had already sought answers on the crores of money spent by the State government on advertisements given to various media organizations across the country.
filed in:  Telangana, BJP, TRS, KCR, Bandi Sanjay, RTI Act
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