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Divisive, fallacious argument by KTR: Breaking down the 321-slide presentation debunking lies about South’s tax devolution and central govt’s infra spend

“Divisive, fallacious argument by KTR: Breaking down the 321-slide presentation debunking lies about South’s tax devolution and central govt’s infra spend”, Opindia, June 21, 2023:

“One of the narratives around the South-North divide is that the South states contribute more money to the central government and are therefore much more superior than the Northern states. Leading this pack is none other than KCR’s son, KTR.

He is also a cabinet minister in his father’s cabinet (duh!) and many consider him the de-facto Chief Minister. He claims that while Telangana paid 3.68 lakh crores to the central government, it only got back 1.68 lakh crores in return.

He has been making this argument since the year 2020 (at that time the numbers were obviously lesser). He went to the extent of calling everyone who countered this fallacious argument “ignoramuses”…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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