Sangareddy MLA and Congress leader T Jayaprakash Reddy, better known as Jagga Reddy, today slammed Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao for not fulfilling his promise of establishing a government medical college in the constituency, claiming that the works for the same had been pending for the last seven years.
He alleged that though the CM had promised to establish the medical college in Sangareddy in the Assembly, the latter had failed to take any steps towards its completion.
Reddy also lashed out at KCR for not bringing up the issue with the Centre during his three-day Delhi visit
"The CM seems to have forgotten his promise. He did not even seek the sanctions required for the establishment of the promised medical college while in Delhi. It looks like we will be forced to wait till the Congress comes into power in Telangana after the 2023 Assembly elections, to get the sanctions for its construction," he said.
Urging the CM to establish the college at the earliest, Reddy asked him to take up at least the construction of the college buildings by spending Rs 1,000 crore till the requisite permissions for the college's establishment were acquired.
Ready said that he would wait till the end of January 2021 for the state government to construct the college, after which he would launch an agitation till the project was completed.