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By Express press service

HYDERABAD: Reacting strongly to the one-time grant of Rs 22,000 crore approved by the Union Cabinet to three Petroleum Marketing Companies (OMC), TRS Acting Chairman and Minister of Industries, KT Rama Rao, said asked on Friday why a special package was not offered to overwhelmed women with financial difficulties. “Women are in distress as subsidies on gas cylinders have been removed and their prices have increased,” Rama Rao said in a statement.

He asked the central government to offer a similar package or subsidy to gas users who were bearing a heavy financial burden. The downfall of the BJP should start with the kitchens of the poor and middle classes, he said. “The price of a bottle of gas was Rs 400 before Narendra Modi became Prime Minister. Now it has soared to Rs 1,100. Modi positioned himself as a Vishwa Guru in terms of bottle prices as they were the highest in the world,” he said.

Rama Rao said the central government offered a subsidy of Rs 827 on each cylinder in 2014 which has now been reduced to zero rupees. “The BJP government is insensitive to the middle class whose economies have plummeted over the past two years due to Covid-19 and the lockdown. The BJP government has shifted the burden of last year’s Rs 42,000 crore subsidies onto the Rs 39 crore gas hookup holders,” he said and asked people to decide if they wanted to. Modi or grants.

book released

Meanwhile, Rama Rao released a book “Rythula Joliki Vaste Voorukom” published by Telangana Sahitya Akademi Chairman Juluri Gourishankar. Rama Rao said the people of Telangana would not forgive the central government if it acted against farmers’ interests. Finance Minister T Harish Rao was also present.

HYDERABAD: Reacting strongly to the one-time grant of Rs 22,000 crore approved by the Union Cabinet to three Petroleum Marketing Companies (OMC), TRS Acting Chairman and Minister of Industries, KT Rama Rao, said asked on Friday why a special package was not offered to overwhelmed women with financial difficulties. “Women are in distress as subsidies on gas cylinders have been removed and their prices have increased,” Rama Rao said in a statement. He asked the central government to offer a similar package or subsidy to gas users who were bearing a heavy financial burden. The downfall of the BJP should start with the kitchens of the poor and middle classes, he said. “The price of a bottle of gas was Rs 400 before Narendra Modi became Prime Minister. Now it has soared to Rs 1,100. Modi positioned himself as a Vishwa Guru in terms of bottle prices as they were the highest in the world,” he said. Rama Rao said the central government offered a subsidy of Rs 827 on each cylinder in 2014 which has now been reduced to zero rupees. “The BJP government is insensitive to the middle class whose economies have plummeted over the past two years due to Covid-19 and the lockdown. The BJP government has shifted the burden of last year’s Rs 42,000 crore subsidies onto the Rs 39 crore gas hookup holders,” he said and asked people to decide if they wanted to. Modi or grants. Book published Meanwhile, Rama Rao published a book “Rythula Joliki Vaste Voorukom” published by the Chairman of Telangana Sahitya Akademi, Juluri Gourishankar. Rama Rao said the people of Telangana would not forgive the central government if it acted against farmers’ interests. Finance Minister T Harish Rao was also present.

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