KCR promises to sanction govt. medical college in Jagtial

Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao said that the 12% reservation to Muslims and 10% reservation to tribals can be achieved only if non-Congress and non-BJP federal front is formed at the Centre.

Participating in the election meeting in Jagtial town on Monday, he said that the TRS Cabinet and the State Assembly had passed a resolution for reservation to Muslims and tribals.

“We sent the proposal to the Centre but Prime Minister Narendra Modi stopped the Muslim quota,” he said. BJP national president Amit Shah too visited the State and made wild allegations on reservation to Muslims, he said.

Predicting that the TRS government would retain power, he said that the party will win all the 17 Parliament seats in the State with the TRS and MIM alliance in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections and play a crucial role at the Centre. “If we secure the federal government at the Centre, we can secure reservation to Muslims and tribals and also other requirements of the State,” he stated.

Mr. Rao promised to sanction a government medical college in Jagtial and also assured to make Korutla a revenue division.