One day back Jaya Prakash Narayan took his twitter to post interesting news about Kaleshwaram project. In his tweet, JP said that he is the only person consistently raising his voice against in the Assembly and outside and all major parties are guilty. He said some interesting words about the prestigious Kaleshwaram project. In his words, Kaleshwaram project will cost nearly Rs. 1, 00,000 Cr and will cost about Rs. 20,000 Cr every year for maintenance. JP felt sad that this will be a burden for the poor people and taxpayers.
JP Garu, Kaleshwaram final cost appraisal clearance from CWC is ₹80,190 Cr
As you very well understand, investing into productive sectors can’t be treated as debt but as investment. Also Telangana GSDP to Debt ratio is around 20% & State revenues r growing at 17.17% last 4 year https://t.co/daPCp5KCJH
— KTR (@KTRTRS) October 29, 2018
Now, it’s a turn for TRS party to respond on JP’s post and interestingly the ex-minister of Telangana Mr KTR took his twitter and given an immediate reply on JP’s post on Twitter. In his replied tweet, KTR mentioned as Jaya Prakash Narayan as JP Garu and given brief details of Kaleshwaram project. In KTR words, Kaleshwaram final cost appraisal clearance from CWC is Rs. 80, 190 Cr and investing in productive sectors can’t be treated as debt but as an investment. KTR also revealed that Telangana GSDP to Debt ratio is around 20% & State revenues are growing at 17.17% last 4 year.
This post is now becoming viral on social media and everyone is trying to judge the words of KTR and Jaya Prakash Narayan. People respect JP as a visionary politician and appreciated his works as a founder of Lok Satta party. But, he failed to take his visionary thoughts into the people because the people considered the Lok Satta party as the Intellectuals party. So, mass peoples are unable to understand his actions and felt those as strange things. It’s the reason, JP failed to won as MP in 2014 elections from Malkajgiri constituency. Finally, netizens are making positive comments on KTR reply over JP’s comments and re-sharing the tweet on their social media.