The BRS MLC, K Kavitha, who is in Mumbai to attend different programmes, was extended a grand welcome by the party’s Mumbai unit.
K Kavitha offered floral tributes to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s statue near the Mumbai airport. (Image: Twitter)
By Apoorva Jayachandran : Telangana’s welfare and development programmes are being discussed across the country and people in Maharashtra are demanding the replication of Telangana’s welfare programmes in their state, MLC K Kavitha said on Saturday.
The BRS MLC, who is in Mumbai to attend different programmes, was extended a grand welcome by BRS Mumbai unit leaders. She offered floral tributes to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s statue near the airport.
Speaking to the media, Kavitha said different sections of people in Maharashtra were appealing to expand BRS operations in the state.
“BRS would play a crucial role in the comprehensive development of Maharashtra,” she said. On the possibility of contesting elections in Maharastra, she said the party would make an announcement in this regard.
“Telangana shares nearly 1,000 km of its border with Maharashtra. There is a lot of difference in terms of welfare and development programmes being implemented in the two states. Unlike in Hyderabad, where drinking water was being supplied round the clock, in Mumbai drinking water was being supplied for only two hours a day,” she said.
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“If the Telangana government could supply drinking water to every household across the state, why cannot the Maharashtra government implement such a programme?” she asked.
“Since independence, provision of basic amenities like drinking water and power to households, is still a challenge in many states in the country. But Telangana, the youngest state in the country, has addressed these issues by nearly 98 per cent,” she said, adding that the BRS party would fight for such people-centric issues.
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