'BJP Mukt Bharat': With Bihar CM in tow, KCR calls for grand alliance to defeat Modi in 2024

KCR said they have decided to bring every opposition party to one stage to fight BJP. “I had a good meeting with Nitish Kumar. We will devise a strategy for the 2024 Lok Sabha election," he said.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  1 Sep 2022 2:13 AM GMT
BJP Mukt Bharat: With Bihar CM in tow, KCR calls for grand alliance to defeat Modi in 2024

Seemingly feeling on top after meeting his Bihar counterpart Nitish Kumar, Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao called for `BJP Mukt Bharat' to save the country from dictatorship and economic mess.

"The BJP wants an opposition-free country. Therefore, we have decided to work on a 'BJP Mukt Bharat' mission," KCR said after meeting Kumar.

Lambasting PM Modi, KCR said he is only working on India Becho (sell) mantra. "Modi government is selling assets of the country. Be it railways, airports, shipyards, LIC, etc. They are now eyeing agriculture too," he claimed.

He said farmers were on the roads for 14 months and PM Modi had to apologize for the wrongs meted to them.

"Despite promises, he has not done anything. Modi government is anti-farmer," he said.

KCR said they have decided to bring every opposition party to one stage to fight BJP. "I had a good meeting with Nitish Kumar. We will devise a strategy for the 2024 Lok Sabha election," he said.

Racking up "Abki Baar Trump Sarkar" slogan, KCR lampooned Modi asking: "Was it an election for Ahmedabad corporation? Trump lost the election and Joe Biden won. What will you (Modi) do now," he said.

On this occasion, Bihar chief minister showered praises on KCR for tirelessly fighting for a separate state.

"Your adversaries do not know what stuff you are made of. You fought hard for a separate Telangana. People are not aware when they criticize you. You need not take them seriously. You move forward with more commitment and without losing self-confidence. Partnership with you is significant," he said.

Kumar said the people of Telangana are with KCR and they will not abandon him. "There is no point in giving up. Continue the development of the state with more strength and determination," he said.

Kumar said it is appreciable that the Telangana government provided Rs 10 lakh financial assistance to martyred soldiers in Galwan valley and Rs 5 lakh to the families of workers who died in the Hyderabad fire mishap.

"Telangana government arranged special trains to transport the people of Bihar during the Corona pandemic. It proved CM KCR's generosity. No other state government has done what the Telangana government did for migrant workers," he said.

Kumar said KCR will go down in history as the only leader who fought for a separate Telangana and made it the number one state in the country.

"KCR is tirelessly working for the progress of Telangana. Mission Bhagiratha is a great scheme. Under this scheme, every village in Telangana is receiving safe drinking water," he said.

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