Karimnagar: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at the Centre and Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) in the State are misusing its power and violating the constitutional rights that are provided to every citizen of India, alleged Communist Party of India (CPI) State secretary Chanda Venkat Reddy.Speaking at a press meet the party office in Karimnagar on Monday, Chada Venkat Reddy alleged that the BJP is using its political power, brought amendments in the Triple Talaq bill and in Right to Information Act along with scrapping Article 370 in Kashmir and is trying to create hatred among the people and between the regions. Also Read – Techie strangled to death in Hyderabad Advertise With Us ‘The BJP government did nothing to Telangana State. It gave permission to establish Kazipet Coach Factory but didn’t allotted funds, it did not sanctioned Bayyaram Steel factory, establishment of Tribal University remained to papers only and didn’t fulfilled the bifurcation promises even after six years,’ he criticised. Coming heavily on the TRS government, Venkat Reddy alleged that Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao forgot the welfare of the people and busy in the construction of new Assembly and secretariat buildings. On the pretext of constructing these buildings, KCR is trying to demolish the land records, he alleged. Also Read – JIH organises Eid Milap for sanitary workers Advertise With Us The CPI State secretary further added that the CM is encouraging corruption in the State in the name of projects. The CM is responsible for the termination of Aarogyasri services in private hospitals across the State as he did not clear the pending bills, he alleged. Reddy demanded the government release of pending bills immediately along with focusing on education, health and employment and provide job security for the out-sourcing and contractual workers working in various government departments. CPI leaders P Kedari, K Shoba Rani, G Lakshmi, K Srujan Kumar, P Srinivas, B Raji Reddy, T Sammaiah, B Mahendar, Kasireddy, Manikanta Reddy, Katika Reddy, Buchhanna and Yogendar were present along with others.