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DCC takes exception to Naidu's criticism

Staff Reporter

WARANGAL: The District Congress Committee (DCC) took strong exception to the criticism of TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu during his road-show on Wednesday.

Addressing a press conference here, DCC president G V Ramana Reddy, MLA B Saraiah and KUDA chairman Ch Srinivasa Reddy said while the TDP restricted itself to the papers, the Congress Government adopted a practical approach.

The TDP Government harped on the upgradation of MGM Hospital, but it was the Congress Government, which came out with the GO and sanctioned additional posts. The Kakatiya Medical College (KMC) lost 50 seats during the TDP regime, but when the Congress party came to power, the Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy saw to it that students of Telangana benefit from the college and retained the 50 seats.

Claims questioned

Mr. Saraiah wanted the public to remember one developmental programme that was taken up during the TDP rule in Warangal town.

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