Vote BRS on November 30, LS polls to protect Telangana: KCR

CM predicts coalition govt, led by regional parties, at Centre

Adilabad, Nizamabad: Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao on Thursday continued to press home his point of importance of regional parties and said it was important that the BRS was not only elected to power in the state polls but also gets all Lok Sabha seats to show its strength in Delhi and safeguard Telangana’s interests.

Rao also predicted a coalition government led by regional parties at the Centre in 2024, claiming Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP would not be able to secure a majority.

Listing out the alleged failures of the BJP at the Centre, particularly with regard to Telangana, he said: “The coming days belong to regional parties. You can write it down. In the next elections, Modi will not get a majority. A coalition government will come.”

He said that when Telangana was formed, it was the BRS government that set everything right, given the chaotic situation and migration of people over misapprehensions.

Rao appealed to the people not to give a single vote to the BJP, since it did not give a single medical or Navodaya college to Telangana. He said a vote to the BJP would be a waste, and appealed to the people to throw the “communal BJP” into the dustbin.

Rao was addressing a series of Praja Ashirwada Sabha meetings in Adilabad, Boath, Nizamabad (Rural) and Narsapur Assembly constituencies on the day.

At Adilabad, he started his speech by saying in Gondi, “Sandirkun Ram Ram.”

Rao asked the people to elect the BRS candidates to protect and continue the Dharani portal, Rythu Bandhu scheme and 24-hour power supply to agriculture, claiming that the “Congress and its leaders Revanth Reddy and Uttam Kumar Reddy were openly opposing these schemes, while Rahul Gandhi was opposing Dharani portal.”

He said the BRS would protect Telangana’s Ganga Jamuni tehzeeb by respecting all communities and working for their welfare. He said Telangana was a ‘guldasta (bouquet)’ and an example for the country.

He appealed to the Muslims to vote for the BRS, accusing the Congress of treating the community as a vote bank.

He said: “BRS government spent Rs 12,000 crore for the welfare of the Muslims in the past 10 years, against Rs 2,000 crore by the Congress in 10 years before the creation of Telangana.”

Rao said that people’s voice was in support of Rythu Bandhu, the 24-hour power supply and the Dharani portal and this was the feedback from during his public meetings, questioning the Congress’ motive behind opposing these welfare schemes.

He said the Dharani portal would protect the land rights, while saying the imminent threat was from the Congress, who were opposing all welfare schemes. “People who have to fight against the Congress and protect their interests,” he said.

Rao asked the people what they wanted — current or Congress, Rythu Bandhu or ‘rabandu’ — eliciting widespread cheers.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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