CM term mirrors inefficient governance

Hyderabad, November 26, 2013:
Describing the three-year term of Kiran Kumar Reddy as inefficient governance
and an extension of the nine-year misrule of N Chandrababu Naidu, laden with
anti-people policies, YSR Congress has said that the State is more focused on
publicity than on the implementing the announced programme and has either
diluted or done away with majority of the welfare schemes of YSR.

“The three-year term of Kiran
Kumar Reddy is thickly dotted with Delhi trips only to please the high command
and he had no concern for the common man as the governance has been totally
paralyzed with the Chief Minister running between Delhi and his camp office to
safeguard his position and being subservient to the high command,” party
spokesperson Roja told reporters here on Monday.

The tall claims by Kiran
Kumar Reddy on the welfare schemes he has been carrying out for the past three
years has neither any basis nor acceptability. He has renamed some of the YSR
schemes and has failed to implement them. He has either shelved or diluted many
other YSR schemes and has been a publicity monger spending more on
advertisement as his function lacks substance and sincerity.

“Had the state government
spent at least one per cent of the amount earmarked for publicity on the
intended welfare schemes it would have served some purpose but that is not the

The bulky list of
achievements of Krian Kumar Reddy government is full of hike of power charges,
petrol, diesel, gas and bus fares, completely diluting Aarogyasri scheme by
curtailing the number of aliments coming under its cover, puncturing the 104
and 108 services by not sanctioning grants to employees, imposing unreasonable
restrictions on fees reimbursement and the like.

He has also been the centre
of criticism for weeding out many names from the pensions list as widows and
old people are put to hardships. He could not even complete the weaker section
houses which were started by YSR, let alone building new ones.

His three year rule is
reminiscent of the nine-year rule of N Chandrababu Naidu during which time all
sections of the people, from farmers to anganwadi workers, were unhappy and in
were distress.

His Rs 1-a-kg rice scheme
was a derivative of YSR poll promise of increasing 10 kg rice to the poor but
with a motive to burden the poor people by forcing them to buy the additional
requirement from market unlike YSR’s promise.

The leader of Opposition N
Chandrababu Naidu, instead of highlighting the corruption charges of the Chief
Minister and his inefficient governance has been supporting it and has become
Congress party chief advisor to save his skin and to evade jail term, she said.

The chief minister along
with Chandrababu Naidu has been busy in dividing the State and following the
Delhi orders. The former wants to keep his seat in tact while the latter wanted
the Centre save him from the corruption charges against him in lieu of saving
the Congress Government.

Kiran Kumar Reddy is trying
to project himself as a champion of the Samaikhya Andhra but has been carrying
out all the high command orders to expedite the division of the state. The duo
is responsible for the uncertainty in the State, she said.

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