Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh on Monday requested a clarification from the TRS government in Telangana in the matter of what did it do with the Rs. 90,000 crore which, as per BJP boss Amit Shah, the Center had endorsed for the state.
Mr Shah on Sunday had said at Warangal that the NDA government had authorized plans worth Rs. 90,000 crore for Telangana.
In a discharge issued by Telangana Congress, Mr Singh pondered whether the cash was utilized by the TRS to "purchase officials of resistance gatherings".
He blamed the TRS government for "coercively" procuring land for different activities, for example, the one identified with Mallanna Sagar water system.
He charged that the legislature was "abusing" ranchers' rights by "denying them the right remuneration" according to the Land Acquisition Act, 2013.
The previous Madhya Pradesh boss priest likewise charged the BJP government at the Center of "making ill will between various groups".
In the mean time, Telangana Congress boss N Uttam Kumar Reddy communicated certainty that his gathering would shape the administration in the state after the 2019 Assembly race.
A two-day instructional course, sorted out by Telangana Congress for gathering agents in neighborhood bodies, initiated on Monday at KJR Gardens in Secunderabad.
The opening session was tended to by Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, Digvijaya Singh, RC Khuntia, N Uttam Kumar Reddy, K Jana Reddy, Mohammed Ali Shabbir, Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka and preparing program convener Ponnam Prabhakar among others.