TDP Dolling Out Dubious Data

Vijayawada, March 8: Reiterating that Chandrababu Naidu government has been adamant and is going ahead with setting up of pharma units which will affect the hatcheries YSR Congress has said that the investment and growth rate figures it has been showing are imaginary with no supporting data.

‘The effluents released by the pharma unit will have a telling affect on the hatchery  and the government is adamant and is going ahead with the pharma  unit and has been leveling baseless allegations against the opposition,’ party MLA and PAC Chairman in the Assembly Buggana Rajendernath Reddy told reporters here on Wednesday.

We are not against setting up of industries but the location matters and if hampers the functioning of other units and fishermen it is a matter of serious concern, he said. Belittling others and passing snide remarks and raking up unnecessary controversies have been the wont of TDP and is still continuing with the same attitude.

Finance Minister Yanamala Ramakrishnudu is known for boasting and blowing the government’s trumpet without any basis. He has been telling that MoUs worth Rs 4.5 lakh cores have been signed of which Rs 2 lakh crore worth projects have been finalized which will give employment to 2.3 lakh persons.

When we put his statement to reality check the fact remains that the Centre has released an official document stating that only Rs 1 core investment has come into country for the till December 31, 2016. The Labour bureau has stated that various sectors including automobile, IT, gems, leather and a few others have created employment for 1.35 lakh in he whole country. While the national figure is so small, how the state have
the whole country. While the national figure is so small, how the state have such tall claims, he said.

Yanamala Ramakrishnudu has been the Finance Minister for long in Chandrababu Naidu government and during his nine-year tenure the revenue moved southward and the state has dipped from revenue surplus to revenue deficit one. In the second term as well it is no different, he said. Speaking ill of others and the education qualifications is not wise and it is not education but following the best practices and respecting others is something which we have to learn and emulate from elders, he said adding that if there is a mistake on our part we should be prepared to accept it and stand corrected instead of resorting to mud-slinging and trying to gain one-up- man-ship.
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