Vijayawada, Mar 19 (UNI) Faulting Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy for not implementing the poll promises made during his 'padayatra' ahead of the 2004 Assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) today said it would launch a movement soon on the ''failure'' of the state government on all fronts.
Addressing a press conference here, BJYM state president G Bhanuprakash Reddy said during his state-wide 'padayatra' to highlight the ''misdeeds'' of the erstwhile TDP government, Dr Reddy had made promises to the youth, women and downtrodden, which have not been honoured so far.
Demanding a white paper on the vacancies filled up by the Rajashekhara Reddy government, he said there was 14,43,979 vacancies in the government departments in 2004 and now the figure was 13,41,491, which meant that only about one lakh vacancies have been filled up after Dr Reddy came to power.
Under the 'Rajiv Yuva Shakti programme, the state government had promised to allocate Rs 1,000 crore for generating employment to five lakh youth. But, the state government had allocated only Rs 161 crore so far, he added.
Mr Reddy also condemned the Christian missionaries allegedly preaching in famous Hindu temples in the state and abetting religious conversions. He demanded that the UPA Government at the Centre constitute an inquiry commission to ascertain the source of funding for these missionaries.
The law and order situation in the state had completely collapsed and Hyderabad had become a hub of terrorist activities, he alleged.
The two-day state-level training classes for the BJYM would be held in Hyderabad from April eight, he added.
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