he hopes that the budget will be addressed this time around the division guarantees and funding allocations have been in vain.
Telangana and the APC were not disappointed by the lack of special allocations.
The former chief minister and TDP chief Chandrababu responded to the Union Budget.
It has been criticized that it does not meet the aspirations of the people and water the peasant’s hopes.
He said that the budget did not have a major bearing on development and welfare and that the priority was to reduce the priority for agriculture, infrastructure, service and automobile sectors to ensure progress. Commenting on the special status of the AP, he said that the provisions of the Partition Act had been ignored and that the lack of provisions for the capital, Amaravati and Polavara, was bad.
Chandrababu has lamented that the Narega Scheme is inadequate and has no budget to attract investment.
He added that the centralization of federal schemes in the allocation of funds would hurt the federal spirit.
He said he welcomed the abolition of tax on digital payments, a key component of his earlier recommendations as chairman of the committee.
Chandrababu explained that the central budget has diluted the expectations of the people. The YCP has also lip-synched on the Union Budget.
YSP Parliamentary Party leader Vijaya Sai Reddy alleged that Andhra Pradesh was stubborn in the budget.
He said the budget did not address the major elements such as non-implementation of the Separation Act and special status.
He said the injustice had been done to the Vijayawada and Vishakha metros and there was no mention of the Polavaram project and the capital Amravati.
He said the injustice was done to the Vijayawada and Vishakha metros and there was no mention of the Polavaram project and the capital Amravati.
Dwakra women offered over-draft Rs 5,000 and Rs 1 lakh stamp loans.
MP Vijayasaray Reddy said that no clarity on zero Budget agriculture and the state did not mention the rural Sadak Yojana.