KCR Slams BJP & Congress For False Campaigning
KCR also said that Modi and Rahul Gandhi were hand in glove with Chandrababu Naidu and targeting Telangana.
Hyderabad | 2nd April 2019
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao today alleged that the Congress and the BJP were carrying out false campaigning against the TRS.
Addressing two public meetings in the Warangal and the Bhongir Lok Sabha constituencies, KCR also said that Modi and Rahul Gandhi were hand in glove with Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu and targeting Telangana.
"Voting for the BJP or the Congress will not help Telangana as we will end up becoming slaves to Modi or Rahul Gandhi. Whatever Modi and Rahul Gandhi say, the CMs in the states ruled by their parties will follow," he also added.
He appealed to the people to vote for the TRS and ensure that the party won at least 16 MP seats in the upcoming elections to enable him to attain the State's demands and get the maximum possible funds for development.
Speaking of his party's contributions to the State, he said that Mission Bhagiratha waters would reach the houses of the poor very soon, and that Kaleshwaram and Devadula would address a lot of the irrigation needs of the State. Some 10 lakh acres in Nalgonda would soon be brought under irrigation, he said.
He also said that the Rythu Bandhu scheme was being applauded at the national level, and that the Rs 4,000 per acre would soon be increased to Rs 5,000 and then Rs 10,000 a year. Also, the government would also soon bring in a new Revenue Act, and all land disputes and issues would be resolved through the new Act, and farmers would have pass books with the owner's name, he added.
KCR also accused the BJP and the Congress of enacting dramas on their failures and blaming each other for the last 72 years, and said that since the two parties had failed to serve the nation efficiently, an alternative government at the Centre was the need of the hour.
He appealed to the voters to reject the national parties for failing to serve the nation. "I will lead regional parties against the BJP and the Congress at the Centre," he said. However, he clarified that he was not eyeing the Prime Minister's seat.
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