TRS launches a scathing attack on the BJP ahead of Amit Shah's visit to Telangana today.

The ruling TRS has started an attack on the BJP and the union government ahead of federal home minister Amit Shah's visit to Hyderabad on Saturday, May 14. MLC Kavita addressed an open letter to Amit Shah, while KT Rama Rao penned an open letter to the federal minister.
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The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) has launched an attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ahead of Union Home Minister Amit Shah's visit to Hyderabad on Saturday, May 14. (BJP).

KT Rama Rao (KTR), the ruling TRS working president and minister, has written a 'open letter' to Shah, while K Kavita, a party MLC and daughter of Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao (KCR), has questioned his presence.

MLC Kavitha stepped up her criticism of the union government for failing to deliver on its commitments to Telangana on Saturday, May 14, by sending a series of questions to Amit Shah, who is in Hyderabad today.

"Amit Shah Ji," she tweeted. Please inform the people of Telangana when the central government will clear Rs 3000 crores in unpaid Finance Commission grants, Rs 1350 crore in unpaid Backward Region grants, and Rs 2247 crore in unpaid GST compensation to Telangana.

She also requested an explanation from the federal government for the country's surging inflation, record-breaking unemployment, the highest number of religious riots under the BJP's tenure, and why India sold the most expensive petrol and LPG.

She also reminded Union Minister Amit Shah to explain to Telangana residents why the central has failed to provide the state with a single IIT, IIM, IISER, IIIT, NID, Medical College, or Navodaya Schools in the last eight years.

She also questioned the Union government's ignorance of the NITI Aayog's suggestion of 24,000 crore in funding for Mission Kakatiya and Mission Bhagiratha, which inspired the famous Har Ghar Jal Central Government Scheme.

She criticised the Union government for giving the Upper Bhadra irrigation project in Karnataka and the Ken Betwa river connection project national project status but denying it to the Palamuru-Rangareddy lift irrigation scheme and the Kaleshwaram Project in Telangana.