Divisive forces trying to spread hate; vote for TRS is a vote for development: KCR

Giving a clarion call to chase away divisive forces from Hyderabad, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said the time has come to take a stand against hate mongers and vote for TRS to ensure peace and development.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  28 Nov 2020 4:56 PM GMT
Divisive forces trying to spread hate; vote for TRS is a vote for development: KCR

Hyderabad: Giving a clarion call to chase away divisive forces from Hyderabad, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said the time has come to take a stand against hate mongers and vote for TRS to ensure peace and development.

"So many divisive forces are working in Hyderabad now. But I appeal to the people of Hyderabad to think wisely and vote for a progressive party," he said while addressing a massive gathering at LB Stadium on Saturday evening.

Without naming BJP leaders, he said many people from other states are spewing venom, spreading hatred, and doing all gimmicks to woo the voters. "But it is the time for people of Hyderabad to think of development and chase away these divisive forces. You have to choose between divisive forces and progressive Telangana. People are in our hearts and fulfilling their wishes is our duty," KCR said.

Invoking his struggle for statehood, KCR said he as an elder son of the family and as an architect of Telangana is appealing to you to vote for TRS. "I appeal to all people including builders, professionals, intellectuals, lawyers, advocates, and all other sections, to vote for TRS," he said.

KCR also cautioned the people of Hyderabad about hate mongers moving in the city. "If they come to power, we will have the only destruction. Businesses will be affected. There will be trouble everywhere and no place to live or work," he said

Taking on UP CM Yogi Adityanath and former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis, he said they have dark underbellies back home. but they have come here to make some noise.

"We should note that people from other states come and go. They have no responsibility or any role for us. After the GHMC election, we all will have to live here. We have been working for the people here and we will continue to do so," he said.

Speaking about the recent floods in the city, he said he could not hold back his tears when he came saw the people suffering. "Without anyone asking me, I decided to give Rs 10,000 assistance for each household. But they have created controversies and even troubled the election commission. Never before has any state in the country given such assistance to the affected people. We have already distributed Rs 650 crore. I assure you that once the elections are over, the flood relief distribution will begin and money will be given to every affected people," he said.

Chief Minister said the city has grown unscientifically and numerous colonies have come up. "A permanent plan has to be formulated made to rid Hyderabad from floods. An amount of Rs 10,000 crores would be allocated budget every year for this purpose," he said.

He said every religion, community, and people coexist peacefully in the city. "We have achieved unexpected success in different areas. The uninterrupted power supply is the biggest success, which we have achieved within seven months of coming into power. Hyderabad is now power sufficient. Now Telangana stands top in the per capita power utilization in the country," he said.

KCR said welfare schemes like Palle Pragathi, Mission Bhagiratha, Kanti Velugu, Kalyana Lakshmi, Rythu Bandhu, KCT Kit are benefitting people of Telangana irrespective of their caste, community, and religion.

"Through Mission Bhagiratha, more than 90% of water issues in the state including Hyderabad have been addressed. Our dream is to provide a 24-hour water supply to the city," he announced.

He said despite covid 19 hitting the state economy, the welfare schemes were not discontinued. "Even during the pandemic, we supplied rice to the beneficiaries. Though the revenues fell drastically, we did not step back on the welfare schemes," he said.

He said that he had appealed to the PM for financial assistance during the floods, but he did not give a single paisa. "He gave everything to Gujarat and Karnataka. Why was Hyderabad singled out? They did not give a paisa during floods. Now they are flooding the city for votes," he said.

Appealing migrants to vote for TRS, KCR said even when the central government abandoned them during the lockdown, the Telangana government had arranged 200 special trains to take them home and even arranged food till they reached home.

"For those who were here, we provided rice and money and took care of them as our own people, including those from the state of Yogi Adityanath, who is here today," he said.


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