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'He's become the nizam....': BJP hits out at KCR for boycotting NITI Ayog meet | India News

‘He is grow to be the nizam….’: BJP hits out at KCR for boycotting NITI Ayog meet | Information

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Social gathering on Saturday lashed out at Telangana Chief Minister and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s sharp critic KCR after he introduced that he shall be boycotting the Centre’s NITI Ayog assembly. Hitting out at KCR for his strong-worded letter to the prime minister, Union Minister Piyush Goyal mentioned that his views on the assembly have made it clear that he’s not within the improvement of his nation or state, ANI reported. The retort got here as KCR, in a harsh letter to PM Modi, mentioned that the NITI Ayog assembly won’t be helpful because it doesn’t deal with the event of the state. KCR additionally accused PM Modi of not doing sufficient for the welfare of the Indian states.

“His views mirror that he’s not within the improvement of his state, his ward. He thinks himself to be too nice to attend it,” ANI quoted Piyush Goyal as saying on CM Telangana KCR’s refusal to attend the NITI Aayog assembly

Education the Telangana CM on the features of NITI Ayog, Goyal additional added, “He’s forgetting that NITI Aayog is working in the direction of taking the nation ahead and he does not need it to occur. He is grow to be the ‘nizam’ of Telangana, doesn’t imagine in dialogue on the event of nation and state.”

KCR’s strong-worded letter to PM Modi

KCR, who has just lately turned hostile in the direction of the Modi govt and is planning to create a joint opposition to problem PM Modi and his social gathering, wrote a pointy letter to the prime minister and acknowledged his causes to boycott the NITI Ayog assembly scheduled to be held on August 7.

Rao alleged that the Centre is just not treating states as equal companions in efforts to make India a developed nation.

Within the letter, Chief Minister Rao on Saturday acknowledged, “I don’t discover it helpful to attend the seventh Governing Council assembly of NITI Aayog scheduled to be held on August 7 and I’m staying away from it as a mark of robust protest towards the current development of the Central Govt to discriminate towards the states and never treating them as equal companions in our collective efforts to make India a powerful and developed nation.”

“NITI Aayog was began as a brand new establishment with the lofty goal of bringing the states on the identical web page with the Centre for making certain the equitable improvement of our nation within the true spirit of cooperative federalism,” acknowledged the letter. 

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