Budget reflects TDP’s inefficiency

Hyderabad, March 1: The inefficiency and helplessness of Chandrababu Naidu has reflected in the Union Budget 2016 which has given the state a raw deal and failed to announce any special packages to the fledgling state despite the tall claims earlier.

‘We had very high hopes on the Union budget and the 23 Delhi trips of TDP leaders to Delhi had proved to be a naught with very little coming out and people are very disappointed and angry with the BJP-TDP as they failed to deliver the goods,’ party spokesperson K Parthasarathy told reporters here on Tuesday.

The lack of funds to Polavaram, Capital city and Vijayawada metro had highly depressed the people of the State and the inefficiency of Chandrababu Naidu was visible as he could not persuade the Centre on the issue while they have earlier boasted that Modi-Naidu combination would pave way for development.

No mention of financial sanction to the capital city only shows the standing Chandrababu Naidu and his government has at the Centre and his total failure in mounting pressure for on the Centre. The State Government failure has been so immense that it could not persuade the Centre to include the issues mentioned in the State Reorganisation Act leaving the aspirations of the people high and dry, he said.

When Prime Minister Narender Modi had come for the foundation stone laying ceremony, people had high hopes and the budget had put them in disarray. Polavaram, which was declared a national project did not get the due share nor did the capital city or Vijayawada Metro.

The special status issue was not mentioned nor was there any special package which shows that the State was utterly ignored by the Centre.  

The mutual praise of Chandrababu Naidu and Venkaiah Naidu did not yield any result as their priorities seem to be different, he said.

The tall claims of State leaders about deadlines on various projects have fell flat and the budget has shown that the State has completely failed to mount pressure on the Centre in achieving the basic requirements, he said.

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