Nadendla Manohar said “Amma Vodi scheme has lacked transparency and the chief minister is changing his words daily basis.”
He said that the people must realise that the chief minister is making ‘U-turn’ over the scheme. He has promised to apply the scheme to every child during the elections, but now he is saying it applies to only one child.
The government is asking a letter from the electricity department to become a beneficiary under Amma Vodi scherne.
The people are roaming around several government offices for certificates of proof.
They had announced there will be around 65 lakh beneficiaries, but they confined to only 43 lakh now.
A state of confusion prevailed on HOW MANY people are going to get the benefit.
On the other hand, the government is announcing to allocate funds to all people. But it is creating hurdles like certificates at every stage and rejecting some people causing great inconvenience to the people.
If the government has real intention to become a saviour of the poor and backward classes, it shall develop government schools as 67 per cent of schools did not have compound walls and toilets, libraries and even staff rooms, said Nadendla.
The future of the next generations will be benefited if the government schools are developed, he said.
Funds of corporations diverted?
Nadendla Manohar said JanaSena Party would oppose diversion of funds allocated for school students.
How will the government spend the funds for its political gains?
The funds of SC, ST Corporation, BC Welfare Corporation, and Kapu Corporation have been diverted for executing the Amma Vodi scheme, he said.
What about the Welfare Schemes of these corporations?
How the government will do justice to these deprived classes, he asked.