‘Either give states the powers to decide on economic matters or funds required to deal with the crisis,” said Telangana Chief Minister KCR on Tuesday. Addressing the media after the cabinet meeting over the conditions in the state, KCR stated that he was disappointed by the attitude of the central government especially while the country is at peril.
“I feel sorry for the attitude of the government of India. Our Country will have to pay a heavy price for this,” he added. Specifying the already low economic plummet in the state, KCR stated that monthly revenue has come down from Rs 17,000 crore to Rs 1,600 crore. The state CM also stated that he resented an option to the Prime Minister which has no response so far referring to the Rs 10.15 lakh crore Quantitative Easing.
KCR then lashed out on the Indian Railways decision of charging Rs 30 as reservation charge for the special trains. “Telangana paid Rs 4 crore as advance to railways for the trains to be operated from the state to send back migrant workers,” he added.