Jawab kyun nahi diye: KCR says BJP NEC was like beating around the bush

“I have no iota of doubt that the government will change. I thank the BJP government for bringing up the topic of ‘double engine sarkar,” he said. The real double engine, KCR said, is to have a government like the one in TS in the center as well.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  10 July 2022 3:13 PM GMT
Jawab kyun nahi diye: KCR says BJP NEC was like beating around the bush

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao said that there is a need for a non-BJP government to come into power.

"Thanks, Mr Narendra Modi. We accept your proposal for a double engine sarkar. The BJP government must go and a non-BJP government must come," KCR said. "Now the people of India should decide which double engine government should come. The facts and figures say that India requires a non-BJP government," he said.

BJP govt will change

"BJP government need to go at any cost," KCR said requesting the country's people and youth to vote them out if they want development.

"I have no iota of doubt that the government will change. I thank the BJP government for bringing up the topic of 'double engine sarkar," he said. The real double engine, KCR said, is to have a government like the one in TS in the center as well.

Per capita of non-BJP led states higher

KCR said that the per capita income of India is Rs 1,49,848 and that Telangana's per capita income is 2,78,833. TS has increased the GDP of the state by 128.3%, while India's GDP increased by 89.6%. He further pointed out that the per capita income is highest in Sikkim. He further stated that the non-BJP states' per capita income is higher than the BJP-led states.

CM says the figures quoted by him are from the Ministry of Statistics and other official agencies.

"In the 8 years you have been in power as Prime Minister, what is the one good thing you did for the country?" KCR asked Modi.

Jawab kyun nahi diye

"I asked PM some questions- regarding BJP's corruption and more. He didn't answer even one question. The answer to the question was given by neither the PM nor any BJP leaders during the NEC," he said. 'BJP NEC was like beating around the bush," the CM said.

He questioned why Modi has not answered the questions. "Kyun (Jawab) nahi diye Narendra Modi ji? Kya Baat hein!" KCR said.

"The value of rupee has hit its lowest. It has never been so low under the leadership of any other Prime Minister," KCR said. "The PM owes answers. We will take up all these issues in the coming parliament," KCR said. "PM Modi is the weakest PM in the history of India," he added.

KCR further wrote off claims of UP CM claiming that UP did not even achieve 25 percent of Telangana's per capita under the BJP government.

Eknath Shinde episode

CM ridiculed claims on a repeat of Eknath Shinde's episode. "Are BJP Ekanth Shinde-like episodes manufactured?" KCR questioned. Since Eknath Shinde has come into power, electricity prices have gone up by 20%.

He referred to how Kitex has invested in Telangana because of 'good state policies. '

"What is the agriculture growth in Telangana today. It is contributing 21 percent to the GSDP of the State," he said adding that TS is the only state providing money to Beedi workers.

KCR pointed out the fall in GDP, rise in inflation, rise in the unemployment rate, gas, petrol, diesel, and more, citing these to be the failures of the BJP. He further commented on 'Make in India'. He said that it was an 'utter flop'. "From Manja used in kite-flying, diyas and much more are all from China including the Indian flags," he said.

Agnipath scheme

KCR said that he spoke to several senior Army officials. "They all gave me one collective answer. A PM who has a love for the country will not make such a blunder mistake," he said, speaking of the Agnipath recruitment scheme. He said the officials said that Indo-China borders are not a laboratory for BJP's experiments.

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