Cancer of communalism, casteism prevailing in country: KCR announces plunge into national politics

KCR said there is an evil system prevailing in the country. "Due to this, the country is going on a wrong track. Some are fuelling communal riots in the country. There is a need to put an end to this situation," he said.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  24 Feb 2022 2:46 AM GMT
Cancer of communalism, casteism prevailing in country: KCR announces plunge into national politics

Telangana Chief Minister Chandrashekhar Rao finally announced the plunge into national politics to rid the country of "cancer of communalism and casteism". "For the sake of country's progress and development, I am going ahead to create an impact in the national politics. Come what may, I will put the country on the right track. If need be, I will fight to the last drop of blood, I will set right the country and will march forward," the CM made it clear.

He said there is an evil system prevailing in the country. "Due to this, the country is going on a wrong track. Some are fuelling communal riots in the country. There is a need to put an end to this situation. Differences are created on a caste and communal basis. If this continues, nobody will come forward to invest in the country," he said.

KCR asked the people to raise their voice against those spreading the cancer of communal and caste.Listing the achievements of Telangana, he said IT exports of Hyderabad are to the tune of Rs 1.50 lakh crore. "Bangalore has become Silicon Valley of India. Hyderabad is in second place. Each day about 580 such flights are landing at Shamshabad Airport. Go to any corner of Telangana, an acre of land costs more than Rs 20 Lakh. There is every chance of farmers becoming rich. Wonderful industries are coming to Telangana. Telangana has the lowest unemployment rate," he said.

Speaking at the public meeting, KCR said he is very happy to inaugurate the Mallanna Sagar Project. He said it is the moment of pride for everyone to see a fertile Telangana. He thanked everyone who participated in the gigantic task.

"Some vested interests filed more than 600 cases to stall the Kaleswaram project. It was completed in a record time of three years with 58,000 men working on it," he said. He praised Minister T Harish Rao for putting in all efforts to complete Kaleswaram Project. He said the people who lost their land would be compensated.

He said justice should be done to the displaced people. He asked Harish Rao and officials to create employment opportunities for them. The CM reminded that Mallanna Sagar would provide drinking water not only to Siddipet district but also to Hyderabad on a permanent basis.

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